The creative process can be understood and learned through training. Photo: file
Columbus, Ohio: Psychologists and neuroscientists say creativity is not innate and can be learned through learned training.
We often divide people into creative and non-creative groups. But it is now known that even ordinary people can become creative by receiving many practical exercises. That is, everyone is rich in creativity and should use it.
According to scientists, it is necessary for people to undergo narrative acquisition or anaesthesia. In this our brain is affected by actions, causes and consequences, and this is exactly the way we use to create and tell the story.
According to experts, evidence-based observations and story-based drama in children and adolescents are an example of narrative acquisition through which they develop their imagination. This is why children are more creative than adults. But unfortunately, as a society we ignore children’s creativity. On the other hand, we also consider the other to be more creative than the other.
This is why experts insist that we do not properly teach the creative process. Angus Fletcher, a scientist at Ohio University, and his colleagues have now used the ancient Greek creative style of storytelling.
Experts used it in a slightly modified way which consisted of three parts: firstly, to create a new world around it, secondly, to change the intellectual direction, and thirdly, to make room for work.
It can now be used in everyday situations like this: Company employees are asked to imagine what would happen if each of their customers became an extraordinary customer (creating a new world), or what would happen if an employee was assigned to another position. (Ideological change) What if two ideas or the work of two people with different directions are combined on the same thing (an example of an action).
In this way, people come out of their shell and so creativity can be created in them, which is why scholars have focused on recruiting people of different ages, classes and experiences into the institutions. Then they must be trained in creative thinking. This can be very useful for small and large businesses.