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Friday, February 5, 2016

Emotion and creativity are closely linked

Music can evoke all kinds of emotions in the hearts of listeners, and in the mind of the composer.

The studies on brain scans of creative artists, who compose music, rap or draw caricatures, indicating deactivation of the brain involved in planning and monitoring behavior. According to researchers, this is a "form of flow" that frees the creative impulse.
Eric Soriano listens to music with a pair of Beats headphones. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1kG9M8G)
The new study of the jazz pianist demonstrated greater deactivation in the region when they were stringing the melody to channel happy emotion, rather than sad or negative emotions.

Improvised on the grim music activate the awards regions in the brain, which reinforce the behaviors that lead to good results. That could mean "the more easily into the happy groove," said Malinda McPherson, chairman of the study.

"This suggests the possibility of a different mechanism of why it can be fun to assemble happy music than sad music."

"The bottom line is, the emotion is important," said Charles Limb, senior author of the studies on the intricacies of neural creativity and was published in Scientific Reports. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | VOA NEWS]
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