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An integrative theory of visual mentation and spontaneous creativity

Benjamin D. R. Bogart, Philippe Pasquier, Steven J. Barnes
2013 Proceedings of the 9th ACM Conference on Creativity & Cognition - C&C '13  
In this paper, we propose that the spontaneous aspect of creativity is enabled by the same neural mechanisms of simulation that have also been implicated in perception, mental imagery, mindwandering and  ...  Dreams have a long history of inspiring creative ideas. It has been suggested that creativity can be functionally segregated into two processes: deliberate and spontaneous.  ...  , planning, decision making, working memory and attention.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2466627.2466639 dblp:conf/candc/BogartPB13 fatcat:2c3gjnqojjeipp7x2ezgm3fawy

Learning Choreography: An Investigation of Motor Imagery, Attentional Effort, and Expertise in Modern Dance

Katy Carey, Aidan Moran, Brendan Rooney
2019 Frontiers in Psychology  
The study of choreography in dance offers researchers an intriguing window on the relationship between expertise, imagination, and attention in the creative process of learning new movements.  ...  ) and attentional effort (as measured by pupil dilation) on dancers while they engaged in the processes of learning, performing, and imagining a dance movement.  ...  Secondly, it would be interesting to investigate the degree to which attentional effort affects the accuracy of dancers’ mental simulation and/or recall of dance movements, as the accuracy of performance  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2019.00422 pmid:30881331 pmcid:PMC6405914 fatcat:b46lx6zaxnhi3noss7fxduot34

Quantifying the Artistic Experience with Perceptive Sketching Tools: Cognitive Technologies to Support Creativity Researchers

Nicholas Davis, Ellen Yi-Luen Do
2012 Revista Comunicação e Sociedade  
The two temporal dimensions can have distinct content based on the focus of attention, which results in different inferences from mental simulation.  ...  time is a requisite for mental simulation.  ... 
doi:10.17231/comsoc.22(2012).1275 fatcat:ha4snoeuuraklnfe7gopmaqrxq

Teacher Training Class -Based Through The Example In The Simulator Philosophy Of Mind In Terms Of Quality Evaluation

Mehmet K. ÖZGEN
2014 Cumhuriyet International Journal of Education  
Philosophy of mind in terms of teaching and learning together memory, a variety of mental functions such as attention of mind, susceptibility, talent, creativity, thinking, imagination, imagery, analogies  ...  The essence of this trend as well as the attention to knowledge learned; pay attention to the subject's own mind, show more attention to the mental habits stand out.  ... 
doi:10.30703/cije.321332 fatcat:xykjj2qivbfk7gg2gyn2odrqq4

Building Artistic Computer Colleagues with an Enactive Model of Creativity

Nicholas M. Davis, Yanna Popova, Ivan Sysoev, Chih-Pin Hsiao, Dingtian Zhang, Brian Magerko
2014 International Conference on Computational Creativity  
Our system, Drawing Apprentice, is based on existing theories of art, creative cognition, and collaboration synthesized into an enactive model of creativity.  ...  We present the enactive model of creativity as a potential theoretical framework for designing creative systems involving continuous improvisational collaboration between a human and computer.  ...  Ellen Yi-Luen Do and researchers Cora Wilson and Monet Tomioka for helping build the Drawing Apprentice.  ... 
dblp:conf/icccrea/DavisPSHZM14 fatcat:2brteydthba7lml3kpgi2z4d5e

Page 961 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 65, Issue 4 [page]

1981 Psychological Abstracts  
Mental Health Centers 8585, 8601, 8604, 8617, 8686, 8693 Mental Health Services 8608, 8609, 8610, 8611, 8614, 8621, 8622, 8626, 8692 Community Mental Health Training [See Also Mental Health Inservice  ...  , Awareness, Divided Attention, Monitoring, Selective Attention, Vigilance, Wakefulness] 6674, 6675, 6713, 6730 Conservation (Concept) 7693, 7696, 7705, 7715, 7743, 8218, 8791 Conservation (Ecological  ... 

Page 595 of MH: Mental Hygiene Vol. 53, Issue 4 [page]

1969 MH: Mental Hygiene  
These criticisms of school—reinforced by such indices of the general society’s mental condition as a soaring crime rate, wide- spread divorce, the generation gap, and in- creasing mental illness—have encouraged  ...  They use games, improvisations, and role-playing as a way of simulating behavior so that it can be studied and changed. 5, They teach in an explicit fashion some of the basic principles of group dy- namics  ... 

Updating the dynamic framework of thought: Creativity and psychedelics

Manesh Girn, Caitlin Mills, Leor Roseman, Robin L. Carhart-Harris, Kalina Christoff
2020 NeuroImage  
In particular, we emphasize that creative generation in particular is best regarded as a product of multiple, varying mental states, rather than being a singular mental state in and of itself.  ...  This paper seeks to highlight the dynamic nature of the neurocognitive processes underlying creative thinking and to draw attention to the potential utility of psychedelic substances as experimental tools  ...  salience network (SN), ventral attention network (VAN), and dorsal attention network (DAN).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2020.116726 pmid:32160951 fatcat:yknrnrhnevhffpfraef6sar5ei

Towards a creativity research agenda in information ethics

Justine Johnstone
2007 The International Review of Information Ethics  
and information and communica-tion technology (ICT) as creative resources.  ...  Recent advances in cogni-tive science and creativity research are changing this, however, and it is now possible to see how a rich research agenda can be developed concerned with the role of information  ...  Investigating the mechanics of mental blending and simulation, for example, may show how local perspectives can lead to new and more constructive ways of framing problems, and how expert understandings  ... 
doi:10.29173/irie34 fatcat:l4vgx457drhhtg3uvgywiav744

Effect of Different Types of Noises on Divergent Creativity in Young Adults

Dipam Sharma, Aakash Gurbani, Kavya Manjunath, Dyuti Dutta, Hatice Guneli
2021 OALib  
in creative performance.  ...  is noise and what is not.  ...  Joseph Kasof, in his study on creativity and breadth of attention hypothesised that creative performance is facilitated by wide breadth of attention [15] .  ... 
doi:10.4236/oalib.1107420 fatcat:4fbtmvvvnjhxpbgaspei4ypob4

The Embodied-Enactive-Interactive Brain: Bridging Neuroscience and Creative Arts Therapies

Sharon Vaisvaser
2021 Frontiers in Psychology  
and synchronization mechanisms that support empathy and mentalization will be thoroughly considered.  ...  ; secondly, the enactive account of internal models, or generative predictive representations, shaped by experience, will be defined and extensively deliberated; and thirdly, the interpersonal simulation  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I gratefully acknowledge The School of Society and the Arts, Ono Academic College, for financial support toward the open-access publishing fee for this article.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.634079 pmid:33995190 pmcid:PMC8121022 fatcat:ml2ed5bhffdrti5xzf6nzydyri

Page 3121 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 73, Issue 11 [page]

1986 Psychological Abstracts  
Mental Health Centers 28081, 28195 Community Mental Health Services 28082, 28084, 28087, 28088, 28603 Community Mental Health Training [See Also Mental Health Inservice Training] 28321 Community Services  ...  Writing [See Literature] Creativity 26350, 26778, 26800, 26829, 27210, 27221, 27824, 28537, 28568, 28800 Creativity Measurement 28636 Crime [See Also Homicide, Infanticide, Rape, Sex Offenses] 27409,  ... 

Page 1505 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 68, Issue 6 [page]

1982 Psychological Abstracts  
Community Mental Health Services 13352, 13361, 13366, 13374, 13410 Community Mental Health Training [See Mental Health Inservice Training] Community Psychology 13355 Community Services [See Also Community  ...  Writing [See Literature] Creativity 11569, 11748, 12118, 12370, 12468, 12663, 12799, 12821, 13139, 13398, 13584, 13616, 13688 Creativity Measurement 13603 12637, 13512,  ... 

Computational Creativity in Naturalistic Decision-Making

Magnus Jändel
2013 International Conference on Computational Creativity  
human effort or by simulation.  ...  Creativity can be of great importance in decision-making and applying computational creativity to decision support is comparatively feasible since novelty and value often can be evaluated by a reasonable  ...  be considered in mental or computer simulations.  ... 
dblp:conf/icccrea/Jandel13 fatcat:kd2w2574tfg4vb7ftnv5rxkynm

Doubts in business communication: Can we transform perception into message

Dragana Jovanovic, Vesna Baltezarevic, Radoslav Baltezarevic
2015 International Review  
Business uses of digital technology are broadly understood, but some of the questions we discussed here raise confusion about virtuality and reality, mental illusions, intransitive condition, and impassable  ...  This is the metaphysical meaning of perception, which doesn't deny the necessity of action, forces us to treat perceptions as a message, but it is secondary and derived meaning that we cannot legitimately  ...  Communication or mental illusion Communication requires, above all, attention and learning.  ... 
doi:10.5937/intrev1504060j fatcat:ab5e5xprmjebpag2zfgs6tpore
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