cognitive flexibility and creativity

The creative drive includes several factors that influence creativity such as emotion motivation, reward and other factors such as mood states, regulatory focus, and social interaction. (2010) presented an argument regarding 5-HT as an essential mediator of emotional, motivational and cognitive elements of reward representation. Persian version of frontal assessment battery: correlations with formal measures of executive functioning and providing normative data for Persian population. doi: 10.1177/000992289103000706. Creat. Creative innovation: possible brain mechanisms. This regulation was associated with the activity of the right ventrolateral prefrontal area (vlPFC) as a response to diminished negative emotional experience during cognitive reappraisal of aversive (i.e., unpleasant) images. Their data proposed two distinct pathways that collectively defined half of the revealed variance in self-stated emotion. Articles, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland, University of Texas at Arlington, United States, Department of Psychology, College of Science, Northeastern University, United States. However, it is yet unclear whether the enhancement of the creative drive was due to the physiological regulation of DA because the underlying mechanisms remain speculative (Inzelberg, 2013). Progressing in reward and creativity, Eisenberger et al. During generating creative thoughts, individuals of all ages (i.e., children, adolescents, and adults) tend to follow the path of least resistance. Specifically, cognitive flexibility is diminished in several neurodegenerative conditions, such as Parkinson’s (Tomer et al., 2002). 51, 7–19. Many of the proxies used to assess CR indirectly refer to the flexibility of thought. 11, 1011–1026. 0000000015 00000 n (2012) viewed that people with an avoidance-motivated behavior are not incapable of being creative; instead, they have to compensate for their inflexible processing style by a demanding and constrained processing. (2013). Hum. It is well known that neurodegenerative diseases are characterized by reduced flexibility, conceptualization, and visuospatial abilities (Asaadi et al., 2016). (2008) explained how creativity is enhanced most by the positive mood states (see Figure 2); see also Bittner et al. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0079272, Keywords: creativity, cognitive flexibility, persistence, artistic shifts, emotion, reward, brain illness, neuromodulators, Citation: Khalil R, Godde B and Karim AA (2019) The Link Between Creativity, Cognition, and Creative Drives and Underlying Neural Mechanisms. Meta-analytic evidence from neuroimaging studies of domain-specific creativity. Table 1. :'�[�^�{����{U5B�����Nig4~x���L�r��f+�l����~0�oh� Psychol. Brain Mapp. 463, 154–157. Eur. On describing the genetic basis of creativity and ideational fluency, Runco et al. Hum. J. 35, 308–325. Think. J. Moderating effects of mindset (cooperative and competitive) and cognitive resources on creative drives (i.e., mood, motivation, and emotion) is also illustrated. Epilepsy Behav. According to Flaherty (2011), the induction of creativity could rely on the goal-driven approach motivation from the midbrain DA system; however, fear-driven avoidance motivation could have an insignificant influence on creativity. None of the precursors explained variance in creativity changes. Associative processing and paranormal belief. Emot. Say aloud what col­or you see in every word. Failing to deactivate: the association between brain activity during a working memory task and creativity. 103, 242–256. Ski. Disord. 0000016334 00000 n The increment in EBR levels was associated with an increase in the accuracy in both mental set shifting and response inhibition related tasks; however, a reduction in the cost of mental set shifting and response inhibition was associated with a decrease in the accuracy in WM updating tasks. doi: 10.3758/BF03196731, Dietrich, A., and Kanso, R. (2010). Neurosci. doi: 10.1016/j.tsc.2015.12.002, Bittner, J. V., and Heidemeier, H. (2013). Psychol. Following this initial finding, researchers implemented a unique pathway-mapping approach to map subcortical mediators of the association between vlPFC activity and reappraisal achievement (i.e., a decrease in the expressed emotion). Lastly, Volf and Tarasova (2013) argued about the impact of reward on the performance of creative verbal tasks. Another study revealed that DT was positively correlated with the strength of the RSFC between the mPFC and the MTG (Wei et al., 2014). However, fluency, alone, is not sufficient to predict and guarantee creative performance. Process. 87, 1885–1911. Concerning mindset, regulatory focus and creativity, Bittner and Heidemeier (2013) observed that mindsets have no direct control over creativity while prevention focus decreases subsequent creativity. According to De Dreu et al. J. Pers. B[g"ƋG�E� Accumulated evidence suggests a strong connection between developing the drive of creativity and a number of brain illnesses (i.e., depression, bipolar disorder, psychosis, PD, temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE), frontotemporal dementia (FTD), and autism spectrum disorders (ASDs); see Flaherty, 2011, see also Flaherty, 2005; Carson, 2011; Abraham et al., 2012; Mula et al., 2016), other studies questioned the relation between madness and genius (Kyaga, 2014). doi: 10.1080/10400419.2003.9651405, Kleinmintz, O. M., Abecasis, D., Tauber, A., Geva, A., Chistyakov, A. V., Kreinin, I., et al. /Parent 34 0 R J. Neurophysiol. How can you be more creative? 8:216. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2014.00216, Zhang, T., Mou, D., Wang, C., Tan, F., Jiang, Y., Lijun, Z., et al. Through multiple regression analysis, Takeuchi et al. “Implications of a systems perspective for the study of creativity,” in Handbook of Creativity, ed. 0000000836 00000 n As for the incremental effects of reward on creativity, Eisenberger and Rhoades (2001) questioned whether two-ways reward could enhance creativity. Grace, A. Psychol. In the meantime, proposed solutions are constructed based on the most common and accessible information within a distinct specialty, which leads to a fixation effect. 36 0 obj In comparison to the less creative group, the more creative group reported smaller distances between unrelated word pairs, which can be interpreted as that they found creative associations between usually unrelated words. Neuroscience 166, 1023–1035. (2010). An exploratory study on DRD2 and creative potential. Brain Res. doi: 10.1037/h0048850, Mihov, K. M., Denzler, M., and Förster, J. Consequently, the lesion area posed selective obstacles to the ability to generate novel (original) responses in distinctive contexts, but not on the ability to generate relevant responses (which was compromised in most patient groups). It also means being able to adapt how you communicate based on who you’re talking to. (2011), participants received a battery of tests related to creativity. doi: 10.3758/s13415-013-0210-6, Flaherty, A. W. (2005). Cereb. /O 38 Potential precursors for creativity changes (i.e. -�[�IX9N���� Z���3���#���6����w��m�U�� AOe#��� xug��.2��������:���Dܰ�Y�ۆ[�VB�?��9��)����0Ĉr�0������iNM�lS����j�aB�"6�3xc�z��e��z�>]x���(p̳DV &��pG��f���n����9�dn��1x�xŶQ:�`��2 Despite the existence of a consistent number of functional imaging studies on creativity, the relationship between individual creativity and volumetric morphological changes in the regional gray matter (rGMV) within the DA system has not been explored adequately until recently. (2014a). For instance, in response to the monetary reward, men expressed an increase in both the θ2-rhythm asymmetry and the power of α rhythm. Expanding the mood—creativity equation. Further, WM updating and the personality factor openness represented a related factor of the shared variance between creativity and fluid intelligence (Benedek et al., 2014). Psychol. doi: 10.1076/neur.9.5.369.16553, Inzelberg, R. (2013). To fill this … Also, supported and directed effort can further improve creative performance (e.g., Lucas and Nordgren, 2015). <>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text]/ExtGState<>>>/Filter/FlateDecode/Length 4594>> �O�����������^����������|�O���| ��~�U��E9Yn6�z��L��Ռ'�W/�|�'�m�����L��zR���v>/��T��^��ڵ2�;s� doi: 10.1016/0010-0277(93)90039-x, Faigel, H. C. (1991). doi: 10.1016/j.neubiorev.2017.04.007, Byron, K., and Khazanchi, S. (2011). Organ. Cognitive flexibility refers to our ability to switch between different mental sets, tasks, or strategies. Ski. Pediatr. (2014) reported a series of clinical observations about patients with neurodegenerative diseases affecting PFC (i.e., FTD) and the facilitation of artistic production. Figure 3. (2012) examined distinct facets of creative thinking in many neurological populations as compared to matched healthy control participants. 31, 285–296. Neurosci. Students with these skillsets will be prepared to achieve their highest potentials for cognitive flexibility and the creative cognition to embrace the as-yet-unknown opportunities awaiting them in the 21st century. 1482, 55–70. Therefore, in contrast to initial studies, the offered conclusion by Runco et al. They reported a dissociation between patient groups with frontal, temporoparietal, and basal ganglia (BG) lesions for diverse aspects of creativity. Q. 0000024629 00000 n doi: 10.1093/arclin/acw009, Heilman, K. M., Nadeau, S. E., and Beversdorf, D. O. A pioneering study by Mednick (1962) linked creativity to associative thinking. doi: 10.1037/0022-3514.94.5.739, de Manzano, Ö., Cervenka, S., Karabanov, A., Farde, L., and Ullén, F. (2010). Noradrenergic modulation of creativity: evidence from pupillometry. J. Pers. Emotion in the pursuit of understanding. Bledow et al. (1999) depicted the consequences of earlier experiences of a promised reward for creativity. doi: 10.1016/B978-0-444-63287-6.00005-1, Mok, L. W. (2012). A remarkable study by Baas et al. Abraham, A. Am. Also, the reported central modulatory effect of NE on cognitive flexibility may relate to changes in the signal-to-noise ratio of neuronal activity within the cortex by suppressing the intrinsic excitatory synaptic potentials relative to the evoked potentials by external direct afferent input (Hasselmo et al., 1997; Usher et al., 1999). doi: 10.1016/j.brainres.2005.11.046, Roskes, M., De Dreu, C. K. W., and Nijstad, B. Rev. doi: 10.1080/10400419.2018.1530533, de Souza, L. C., Guimarães, H. C., Teixeira, A. L., Caramelli, P., Levy, R., Dubois, B., et al. J. Psychol. Fatty Acids 69, 467–476. According to Benedek et al. 2016, 61–72. 166 J. Psychophysiol. Eur. The temporoparietal and frontolateral groups expressed lower overall creative performance while the temporoparietal group demonstrated reduced fluency in the AUT and a creative imagery task. In contrast, BG and frontopolar groups showed remarkable performance in the ability to overcome the constraints demand by salient semantic distractors during generating creative responses. (2010) implied relative dominance of the right hemisphere (RH) during creative thinking. J. Psychophysiol. Later on, Chen et al. Kaufman, J. C. (2009). Neuroimage 19, 365–375. Hum. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0010670, de Rooij, A., Vromans, R., and Dekker, M. (2018). doi: 10.1016/j.tics.2015.10.004, Beaty, R. E., Christensen, A. P., Benedek, M., Silvia, P. J., and Schacter, D. L. (2017). Therefore, one could argue about the role of other neuromodulators in addition to DA regarding their influences on motivational behavior and creativity. Eisenberger et al. Cognitive flexibility is usually described as one of the executive functions. The authors declare that the research was conducted in the absence of any commercial or financial relationships that could be construed as a potential conflict of interest. 7:330. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2013.00330, Jung, R. E., Segall, J. M., Bockholt, H. J., Flores, R. A., Smith, S. M., Chavez, R. S., et al. (2006). << Lett. doi: 10.1016/j.neuroscience.2012.09.005, Mok, L. W. (2014). doi: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2010.11.052, Takeuchi, H., Taki, Y., Hashizume, H., Sassa, Y., Nagase, T., Nouchi, R., et al. (2009) measured spontaneous eye-blink rates (EBR) as a marker of central DA functioning in a stop signal task. 1316, 29–52. Subsequently, when the demand for controlled processing is substantially increased, the DMN may be suppressed. (2009). doi: 10.1007/s00415-009-5001-1, Kvetňanský, R., Pacak, K., Sabban, E. L., Kopin, I. J., and Goldstein, D. S. (1997). J. Neurol. Creativity meets neuroscience: experimental tasks for the neuroscientific study of creative thinking. 223, 329–341. A schematic overview of the neurobiology of creativity as outlined in this review. On the other hand, there is a link between reward (i.e., promises, training, and intrinsic interest) and creativity through the action effect binding. Behav. /L 102958 An exciting study linked psychometric measurements of creativity [both DT and CA to cortical thickness in various brain regions in healthy young adults (Jung et al., 2010)]. For instance, Levine and Perlovsky (2011) proposed a dual-system approach to integrating emotional and rational decision making while Perlovsky and Levine, 2012 suggested a model of DA influences on creative processes. 14, 378–387. doi: 10.1037/pspa0000030, Maltzman, I. RK and BG outlined the structure of the review and wrote the manuscript. Behav. Therefore, a lack of resources for inhibition might lead to the facilitation of the frequency and the novelty (i.e., originality) of thoughts (i.e., ideas). However, moderator analyses revealed no difference in predominant RH activation for many creative tasks (verbal, figural, holistic, analytical, context-dependent and context-independent). New York, NY: Springer Publishing Co. Kaufmann, G. (2003). 78, 13–23. 21, 34–77. (2010). This awake led to progressive improvement in painting productivity. A “ >” symbolizes a higher influence in the condition left as compared to the right of the symbol. |, Creative Cognition Is Rooted in Executive Functions (EFs), The Link Between Mood States, Motivation, Reward, and Creativity, Where Bright Ideas Are Produced in Our Brains, How the Neuromodulatory Systems Are Involved in Creative Performance, Regional Gray Matter Volume (rGMV) of The Dopaminergic (DA) System and Creativity, Artistic Style Shifts, Dopamine (DA), and Creativity, Genetic Research Reveals a Strong Association Between DA Activity and Creativity, Other Neuromodulatory Systems and Creativity, Noradrenaline (NE) System, and Creativity, Serotonergic (5-HT) System and Creativity, Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY). These findings resonate the core link between individual creativity and rGMV of the mesencephalic DA system. Neurosci. (1998). Also, the reduction of DA agonist was significantly correlated to the decrease in creativity in the whole study population. Regarding providing an overarching experimental model for creative performances, one should consider the interactions between the factors described in this review (cognition, emotion, mood state, reward, and neuromodulators) and whether such interactions could mark creative signatures of individuals. Building the Skillsets for Cognitive Flexibility (2017). doi: 10.1016/j.neuron.2008.09.006, Walther, D. J., Peter, J. U., Bashammakh, S., Hörtnagl, H., Voits, M., Fink, H., et al. As implicated by the dual process model, both pathways affect creativity via their influence on resistance and cognitive flexibility (Cassotti et al., 2016). 0000001080 00000 n (1998). Opin. Highly creative subjects expressed bilateral frontal activation in the Brick task, a task in which participants were required to name potential uses of an object, while low creative subjects had unilateral activation. Reward system design and group creativity: an experimental investigation. Competitive mindsets, creativity, and the role of regulatory focus. B. A. (2012) highlighted the interactive influences of the level and form of reward system design on group creativity, and how this interplay could assist in mastering the identified obstacles in the prior research. Biobehav. DA requires additional exploration regarding the interplay between frontal and striatal DA pathways, the underlying genetic architecture and CAs in healthy and pathological conditions. 10:10. doi: 10.3389/fnbeh.2016.00010, Gianotti, L. R. R., Mohr, C., Pizzagalli, D., Lehmann, D., and Brugger, P. (2001). Acad. Neurosci. doi: 10.1177/0146167210392788, Carlsson, I., Wendt, P. E., and Risberg, J. Psychol. It encapsulates the idea of fluid intelligence and the ability to switch between thoughts and think about several things simultaneously. Individuals who are cognitively flexible will be able to learn more quickly, solve problems more creatively, and adapt and respond to new situations more effectively. A., and De Dreu, C. K. W. (2013). The authors reported better performance in the anagram task (one of the problem-solving tasks that demand cognitive flexibility), following the uptake of propranolol (peripheral and central β-adrenergic antagonist) than after ephedrine (β-adrenergic agonist). 49, 891–895. Psychol. Using fMRI, Gawda and Szepietowska (2016) revealed that trait anxiety could slightly modulate neural activation during the creative verbal performance, notably, in the more complicated tasks. A number of researchers highlighted the strong connection between reward and creativity (Eisenberger and Selbst, 1994; Eisenberger and Cameron, 1998; Eisenberger et al., 1998, 1999; Eisenberger and Rhoades, 2001; Baer et al., 2003; Chen et al., 2012; Muhle-Karbe and Krebs, 2012; Volf and Tarasova, 2013; see, Figure 5 and Table 2). Mayseless et al. (2017). Creat. Biol. (2010). There were significant associations between specific single-nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs), fluency (verbal and figural), verbal originality and figural flexibility. Funct. doi: 10.1080/10400419.2014.874267, Zhang, S., Zhang, M., and Zhang, J. doi: 10.1016/j.obhdp.2017.01.005, Lucas, B. J., and Nordgren, L. F. (2015). These findings indicate a diverse role of the central DA system in mental set shifting and response inhibition as compared to updating (Figure 5; see also Zhang et al., 2017). (2010). Psychol. Brain illness and creativity: mechanisms and treatment risks. doi: 10.1016/s1048-9843(03)00052-3, Beaty, R. E., Benedek, M., Silvia, P. J., and Schacter, D. L. (2016). Volf et al. 3:450. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2012.00450, Mula, M., Hermann, B., and Trimble, M. R. (2016). The developmental relationship between central dopaminergic level and response inhibition from late childhood to young adulthood. (2017) provided an integrative review on creative cognition and DA modulation in frontostriatal networks (see, Figure 5 and Table 2). Previously, Wager et al. (2008). 0 They described the emergence of artistic talent in a subset of patients with dementia who developed incipient and impassioned abilities in visual arts. Med. 0000027118 00000 n Creativity is pivotal to solving complex problems of many kinds, yet how cognitive flexibility dynamically supports creative processes is largely unexplored. No use, distribution or reproduction is permitted which does not comply with these terms. Hum. startxref Baas et al. Adv. This model focused on the interactions between temporal lobes, frontal lobes, and the limbic system, in which the frontotemporal and DA control represents the source for idea generation and creative drive. (2011) referred to Reuter et al. Through this review, we aim at advancing the current state of knowledge by providing an integrative view on the interactions between neural systems underlying the creative cognition and the creative drive and associated neuromodulatory systems (see Figure 1). Affect. (2014) reported how emotions shape different creative achievements (CAs). Soc. doi: 10.1177/070674371105600304, Cassano, G. B., Mula, M., Rucci, P., Miniati, M., Frank, E., Kupfer, D. J., et al. The prediction of creativity through EFs (i.e., shifting, inhibition and WM) requires an optimal balance between deliberate (controlled) processing and spontaneous processing. /Prev 102111 Zabelina et al. doi: 10.1097/00006842-198312000-00002, Wei, D., Yang, J., Li, W., Wang, K., Zhang, Q., and Qiu, J. (2011) reported a significant and positive correlation between individual creativity and brain activity in the precuneus (a part of the superior parietal lobule in front of the cuneus in the occipital lobe) during a 2-back WM task but not during the non-WM 0-back task. Soc. (2015). The dynamical interaction between these two pathways might assist to explain the inconsistencies due to the independent evaluation in measuring genes and creativity during the past decade. Trait anxiety modulates brain activity during performance of verbal fluency tasks. Rev. doi: 10.1080/10463281003765323, Perlovsky, L. I., and Levine, D. S. (2012). A., De Dreu, C. K. W., Rietzschel, E. F., and Baas, M. (2010). The structure of lifetime manic-hypomanic spectrum. Psychol. EEG differences as a function of creativity, stage of the creative process, and effort to be original. This assumption is further supported by Takeuchi et al. Employers want to know you don’t just say the same thing to everyone – that you think critically about who you’re talking to, deeply listen, and tailor communication to that person. For a RAT (i.e., CT) task, no such effect was found (Radel et al., 2015). Lastly, the mutual inhibitory cortico-cortical interactions mediated the proper balance between temporal and frontal activity (Flaherty, 2005). The awakening of artistic creativity and Parkinson’s disease. Although DA agonists might stimulate creativity, their actions may inappropriately disinhibit this creative behavior through suppressing its motivational drive. Cognitive flexibility has been shown to bolster creative thinking. Science 283, 549–554. 57 0 obj Some are innovative in business, in communication with other individuals, or just in living. 5:761. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.00761, Dietrich, A. Decis. Disord. Brain Res. (2011) replicated and extended the investigation of Reuter et al. J. Pers. Gen. Psychiatry 46, 722–730. Creativity and the genome: the state of affairs. doi: 10.1016/j.ymeth.2006.12.001, Fink, A., Weber, B., Koschutnig, K., Benedek, M., Reishofer, G., Ebner, F., et al. The link between the noradrenergic (NE) system, arousal and the creative process has been examined either through the direct pharmacological manipulation of the NE system, or by investigating the influences of endogenous changes in the NE system (i.e., sleep and waking states) on behavior and cognition (Folley et al., 2003). A meta-analytic investigation of the relationship of state and trait anxiety to performance on figural and verbal creative tasks. J. Creat. Second, observational learning, which could range in complexity from imitation to the cultural transmission of creative behavior, was supposed to rely significantly, besides frontal brain regions, on the cerebellum. Rev. 96, 155–161. Intelligence, creativity, and cognitive control: the common and differential involvement of executive functions in intelligence and creativity. Furthermore, Zhang et al. We will first elaborate on how different cognitive functions support creativity and on their neural basis as revealed by structural and functional brain imaging studies. Endocrinol. (1998). Do creative people use shorter associative pathways? Manag. Neurosci. (2018) now examined whether tonic pupil dilation and phasic pupil dilation (as proxies for measuring tonic and phasic LC-NA activity, respectively) could predict performance on divergent and CT using both psychometric and real-world creativity tasks. Cognitive flexibility involves creativity, logical reasoning, and problem sensitivity. Figure 2. Implications for theories of creativity and its underlying processing basis are discussed. Here, one could ask whether the interaction between emotion and creative cognition could be predicted through similar pathways. (2014b) thoroughly examined the relationship between COMT, creative potential and the interaction between COMT and DRD2. 0000006778 00000 n This relation strengthened the extrinsic motivation. Behav. On the other hand, research on creativity and the noradrenergic (NE) system is implicated in the stress-related modulation of cognitive flexibility in problem-solving, however there is a prominent demand to determine the range of cognitive tasks modulated by the NE system more precisely. Compass 5, 1034–1046. Res. doi: 10.1037/0022-3514.74.3.704, Eisenberger, R., and Cameron, J. Anxiety was significantly and negatively related to figural and verbal creative performance. Soc. Carlsson et al. These patients often express themselves as very artistic and creative with bursts of inspiration or creativity and mentally very sharp, brilliant and talented. 28, 834–844. stream Increased ventral striatal monoaminergic innervation in Tourette syndrome. Regarding WM, Takeuchi et al. <> 136, 822–848. This enhances creativity (Ritter, 2014) and allows an individual to “generate a diversity of ideas” (Stahl & Pry, 2005). J. Genet. 130–169. Neurol. Hum. Creative thinking requires flexibility, which facilitates the creation of novel and innovative ideas. (2017) also revealed that cognitive flexibility could enhance two critical forms of creativity (DT and CT) by reducing the cognitive fixation, which, however, at the same time reduces the creative benefits of cognitive persistence. Radel et al. Herewith the default mode and EC networks, which usually show an antagonistic relationship, tend to cooperate in enhancing creative cognition and thus artistic performance. A., and Miller, B. L. (2013). For instance, they indicated that avoidance motivation could stimulate creativity through cognitive effort. 0000024441 00000 n doi: 10.1111/jopy.12163, Folley, B. S., Doop, M. L., and Park, S. (2003). Flaherty (2005) tested a wide range of subjects from normal to several pathological states and proposed a three-factor model to predict idea generation and creative drive. Many of us just stay in the mill pond or go farther down the rabbit hole rather than stepping back and trying to sway things in a more interesting direction. Int. Accordingly, the notion of creative cognition can be conceptualized within an evolutionary framework, namely Blind Variation and Selective Retention (BVSR; Jung et al., 2013). Nevertheless, not every person who is an artist, inventor or scientist is similarly creative, nor are all creative (innovative) individual artists, inventors or scientists. Emot. 0000000789 00000 n Neuroimage 55, 681–687. /T 102120 (2002). Elevated intrasynaptic dopamine release in Tourette’s syndrome measured by PET. This finding reveals that women might refer to a tendency for a different effective strategy for processing verbal information to create a more original solution in the verbal task to receive a cash reward; thus, the promise of monetary reward is favorable for creative thinking and original solutions. N Y Acad. (1989). Exposure to a Flanker or Simon task and thus exhausting inhibitory resources led to enhanced fluency and originality in a following AUT (i.e., DT) task. Creativity and psychopathology: a shared vulnerability model. (2009) described the relationship between mental shifts and the artistic style in Parkinson’s disease (PD) focusing on the link between creativity and DA. 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