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Pathological creativity : How popular media connect neurological disease and creative practices

Bengtsen, Peter LU and Suneson, Ellen LU (2017) In Interpreting the brain in society. Cultural reflections on neuroscientific practices 25. p.29-47
Abstract
Book chapter about the linking that is often made in popular media of creativity - frequently through examples from art history - and neurological disease. The chapter discusses the implications this linking may have for the dissemination of ideas about personality traits, artistic expression, neurological disease and neuroscience as a discipline.
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published
subject
keywords
Neuroscience, Neurologi, Creativity, Pathological creativity, Alzheimer, Parkinson disease, Art history, Art and society, Popular media
in
Interpreting the brain in society. Cultural reflections on neuroscientific practices
editor
Hansson, Kristofer; Idvall, Markus; and
volume
25
pages
29 - 47
publisher
Arkiv förlag
ISSN
1404-000X
ISBN
9789179242930
9789198085495
9789179242961
language
English
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yes
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881e8928-e14b-4f5e-adbe-2c828a9aad8e
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https://www.academia.edu/35238705/
date added to LUP
2017-11-24 09:43:55
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2018-01-31 11:45:49
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  author       = {Bengtsen, Peter and Suneson, Ellen},
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  issn         = {1404-000X},
  keyword      = {Neuroscience,Neurologi,Creativity,Pathological creativity,Alzheimer,Parkinson disease,Art history,Art and society,Popular media},
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  pages        = {29--47},
  publisher    = {Arkiv förlag},
  series       = {Interpreting the brain in society. Cultural reflections on neuroscientific practices},
  title        = {Pathological creativity : How popular media connect neurological disease and creative practices},
  volume       = {25},
  year         = {2017},
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