“People who can think creatively and flexibly frequently have the best outcomes,” according to Stanford brain researcher Allan Reiss. But thinking too much about how to be creative? Now that might just hold up the entire creative process.
In new research published in Scientific Reports, Reiss and his colleagues were surprised to find that our abilities to create are tied to the cerebellum. The region in the base of the brain also is responsible for movement, memory, and coordination.
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