Psych - Creativity has nothing to do with IQ score. Yes,...

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Creativity has nothing to do with IQ score. Yes, people such an Einstein and Freud had high IQ’s and were very creative, but people who are autistic and have very low IQ’s can be just as creative. It comes from a different part of your brain, and anyone could be born with creativity. Those who can tap into their creativity have strong internal goals. There are four main parts involved with creativity. They are focus, cognition, personality, and motivation. Extremely creative individuals usually focus on one activity and lack in the others. All of their effort is focused on their skill and that is how they surpass others. Creative people have the ability of looking at something from all possible perceptions. When looking at a blank paper, an artistically creative person can view in their mind all the different potential things to do with their tools. These people consider problems from all different angles and are interested in figuring out the solution. Creative people’s personalities can be the one setback to their skill. Although these people are very, very hardworking, skillful and passionate, they sometimes lack in people skills and
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course PSYCH 101 taught by Professor ? during the Spring '08 term at Massasoit.

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