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Brainstorm : using science to spark maximum creativity

Author: Ian AyresBarry NalebuffUlrich KraftJoerg MehlhornGünther KnoblichAll authors
Publisher: New York : Macmillan Audio, 2008.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on CD : CD audio : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Presents a roundtable discussion between scientists Julia Cameron, Robert Epstein, and John Houtz on the science of creativity, examining right- and left-brain thinking, the relationship between thinking and intelligence, and related topics, along with articles published in "Scientific American Mind."
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Genre/Form: Audiobooks
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Ian Ayres; Barry Nalebuff; Ulrich Kraft; Joerg Mehlhorn; Günther Knoblich; Michael Oelinger; Mariette DiChristina; William Dufris; Helen Litchfield
ISBN: 9781427204417 1427204411 9781427261052 1427261059
OCLC Number: 227184959
Notes: At head of title: Scientific American presents.
Compilation of articles published in Scientific American Mind.
Performer(s): Read by William Dufris and Helen Litchfield.
Description: 1 sound disc (1 hr.) : digital ; 4 3/4 cm.
Details: Compact discs.
Contents: Principled problem solving / written by Ian Ayres and Barry Nalebuff (originally published in Scientific Mind, January 2004) --
Unleashing creativity / written by Ulrich Kraft (originally published in Scientific Mind, April 2005) --
Fostering group creativity / written by Joerg Mehlhorn (originally published in Scientific Mind, August/September 2006) --
The eureka moment / written by Guenther Knoblich and Michael Oelinger (originally published in Scientific Mind, October/November 2006).
Other Titles: Scientific American presents Brainstorm : using science to spark maximum creativity
Responsibility: edited by Mariette DiChristina.

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Presents a roundtable discussion between scientists Julia Cameron, Robert Epstein, and John Houtz on the science of creativity, examining right- and left-brain thinking, the relationship between thinking and intelligence, and related topics, along with articles published in "Scientific American Mind."

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