The Neuroscience of Creative Problem-Solving
The ability to think creatively is a hallmark of the human mind. The products of our imagination fuel innovation and transform the world around us - creativity also transforms our brains. Explore the neuroscience of how we think creatively through complex problems. Discover how creative activities can improve the quality of our brain health and learn strategies to become more creative problem solvers.
Michael Lundie, MA
PhD Student, The University of Texas at Dallas
As a researcher in the Reasoning Lab at the Center for Brainhealth, Michael Lundie draws on neuroimaging and neurostimulation techniques to investigate the properties of the human brain that enable us to reason through complex problems. Michael’s research focuses on methods and practices for overcoming biases in our judgement and decision-making, leading to improvements in our cognitive performance.
Doors open at 6:30 PM
Reception 6:30-7 PM
Lecture 7-8 PM