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Imagine : how creativity works / Jonah Lehrer.

By: Lehrer, Jonah.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2012Description: xx, 279 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9780547386072 (hbk.); 0547386079.Other title: How creativity works.Subject(s): Creative ability | Creative thinking | Imagination | Creative ability | Creative thinking | ImaginationDDC classification: 153.3/5
Contents:
Alone : Bob Dylan's brain -- Alpha waves (condition blue) -- The unconcealing -- The letting go -- The outsider ; Together : The power of Q -- Urban friction -- The Shakespeare paradox.
Summary: "New York Times"-bestselling author Lehrer ("How We Decide") introduces readers to musicians, graphic artists, poets, and bartenders to show how they can use science to be more imaginative and make their cities, their companies, and their culture more creative.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Alone : Bob Dylan's brain -- Alpha waves (condition blue) -- The unconcealing -- The letting go -- The outsider ; Together : The power of Q -- Urban friction -- The Shakespeare paradox.

"New York Times"-bestselling author Lehrer ("How We Decide") introduces readers to musicians, graphic artists, poets, and bartenders to show how they can use science to be more imaginative and make their cities, their companies, and their culture more creative.

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