Imagine you’re asked by researchers to spend 6 to 15 minutes in a sparse room with only your thoughts for company. Would you enjoy the experience? Would you let your mind wander, taking pleasure in this rare opportunity to aimlessly daydream?
A preoccupation within creativity research has been frequent discussion on the influence a domain has on creativity. Creative capability in one domain does not assure creativity in another.
After covering Dave Birss’ experiment on alcohol and creativity recently, we were interested to read Michael Cho’s prescription to help you decide when it’s best to go for alcohol, and when coffee might be your best bet…
The idea that alcohol makes you more creative is not a new one but has it ever been proven? When we heard of a recent experiment involving 18 advertising creatives we felt compelled to look in to it…
When we heard that a small group of people were attempting to engage a broader audience by ‘creatively interpreting’ psychology research, and presenting it with eye-catching illustrations, we decided to find out more.