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

Bengtsen, Peter LU and Suneson, Ellen LU (2017) In The Pandora Series 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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Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding
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published
subject
keywords
Neuroscience, Neurologi, Creativity, Pathological creativity, Alzheimer, Parkinson disease, Art history, Art and society, Popular media
in
The Pandora Series
editor
Hansson, Kristofer; Idvall, Markus; and
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/
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2017-11-24 09:43:55
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  editor       = {Hansson, Kristofer and Idvall, Markus},
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  publisher    = {Arkiv förlag},
  series       = {The Pandora Series},
  title        = {Pathological creativity : How popular media connect neurological disease and creative practices},
  year         = {2017},
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