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Arieti, S. (1976). The Magic Synthesis. Basic Books, New York.

Diamond, M. C., Schiebel, A. B., Murphy, G. M., and Harvey, T. (1985). On the brain of a scientist: Albert Einstein. Exp. Neurol. 88, 198-204.

Elliott, P. C. (1986). Right (or left) brain cognition, wrong metaphor for creative behavior: It is prefrontal lobe volition that makes the (human/humane) difference in release of creative potential. J. Creative Behav. 20, 202-214.

Hoppe, K. D., and Kyle, N. L. (1990). Dual brain, creativity, and health. Creativity Res. J. 3, 150-157.

Katz, A. (1997). Creativity in the cerebral hemispheres. In Creativity Research Handbook (M. A. Runco, Ed.), pp. 203-226. Hampton Press, Cresskill, NJ.

Martindale, C., and Hasenfus, N. (1978). EEG differences as a function of creativity, stage of the creative process, and effort to be original. Biol. Psychol. 6, 157-167.

Runco, M. A., and Albert, R. S. (2001). Theories of Creativity, 2nd ed. Hampton Press, Cresskill, NJ.

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