The presented performance, using an EEG-BCI (Brain Computer Interface), is dedicated to artists, scholars and experts interested in the whole world of creativity and the related psychological and neuro-cognitive mechanisms. The aims of this work are: to identify possible biomarkers (EEG) related to the creative process in specific tasks, exploring it in a real-time ecological setting; to investigate the relation between explicit and implicit mechanisms, between creativity personality trait, and semantic memory; to validate a tool to study creativeness. In a previous pilot study, we revealed the presence of significant relations between personality components, EEG indices and creative processes, suggesting that the use of a self-echo setting may be applied also to boost creativity in people with specific thinking styles and personality traits, and to empower creativity in a tailored fashion. In this paper we extended the experimentation, consolidating the previous obtained results.

The creative mind : DRACLE II further development / R. Folgieri, M.E. Vanutelli, P.M. Sala, L. Dei Cas, D. Dei Cas, C. Lucchiari - In: International Conference on Live Interfaces : Inspiration, Performance, Emancipation / [a cura di] J.A. Gomes, M. Carvalhais, R. Penha. - [s.l] : Universidade do Porto, 2018. - ISBN 9789897461705. - pp. 34-44 (( Intervento presentato al 4. convegno ICLI tenutosi a Porto nel 2018.

The creative mind : DRACLE II further development

R. Folgieri;M.E. Vanutelli;C. Lucchiari
2018

Abstract

The presented performance, using an EEG-BCI (Brain Computer Interface), is dedicated to artists, scholars and experts interested in the whole world of creativity and the related psychological and neuro-cognitive mechanisms. The aims of this work are: to identify possible biomarkers (EEG) related to the creative process in specific tasks, exploring it in a real-time ecological setting; to investigate the relation between explicit and implicit mechanisms, between creativity personality trait, and semantic memory; to validate a tool to study creativeness. In a previous pilot study, we revealed the presence of significant relations between personality components, EEG indices and creative processes, suggesting that the use of a self-echo setting may be applied also to boost creativity in people with specific thinking styles and personality traits, and to empower creativity in a tailored fashion. In this paper we extended the experimentation, consolidating the previous obtained results.
Cognitive science; Creativity; BCI; Emotion; Consciousness
Settore M-PSI/01 - Psicologia Generale
Settore INF/01 - Informatica
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