Monthly Archives: July 2012

Creativity Post has published an interesting article titled Why Thinking Of Others Improves Your Creativity. Besides perhaps savoring the moment of schadenfreude that comes with locking someone in an imaginary tower, such visualization also yields some insights into how to … Continue reading

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Why You Can’t Move When You Dream: Paralyzing Chemicals

When you’re in a deep, dream-filled sleep there is something interesting that happens: your muscles become paralyzed. That’s why you don’t act out what you dream – that’s why you don’t hit your partner in bed when you’re hitting someone … Continue reading

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Boost Creativity By Rethinking Labels

A scientifically validated creativity technique? That’s what Scientific American recently wrote about, and it’s not a creativity technique that I ever heard about before: To become more inventive, new research suggests, we should start thinking about common items in terms … Continue reading

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