The Neural Correlates of Humor Creativity

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Amir, Ori; Biederman, Irving;
(2016)

Unlike passive humor appreciation, the neural correlates of real-time humor creation have been unexplored. As a case study for creativity, humor generation uniquely affords a reliable assessment of a creative product’s quality with a clear and relatively rapid beginning... View more
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