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Brain integration correlates with greater creativity
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24 April 2014
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Creativity may depend on greater brain integration, according to a new study on production engineers by Maharishi University of Management faculty researcher Fred Travis, Ph.D. and collaborator Yvonne Lagrosen, published this month in Creativity Research Journal.
Previous studies by Dr. Travis and colleagues have found greater brain integration in world-class athletes, top managers, and professional musicians. ''It's a simple fact that some people stand out, and we're trying to tease out why,'' Dr. Travis says. ''We hypothesized that something must be different about the way their brains work, and that's what we're finding.''
Is it possible to increase one's level of brain integration and thereby enhance one's effectiveness? According to Dr. Travis, regular practice of the Transcendental Meditation technique has been found in random assignment studies to increase levels of brain integration.
''People who want to excel in any field should considering learning the Transcendental Meditation technique and seeing the effect of regular transcending on inner happiness and outer success.''
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