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Art and Neurological Disorders
Illuminating the Intersection of Creativity and the Changing Brain
Richard, Pelowski, Spee
Editore
Springer
Anno
2023
Pagine
300
ISBN
9783031147265
65,00 €

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There is significant academic interest in the field of art and neurological disorders. Considering how artistic expression may be modified by alterations in neural circuits, as well as in our bodies and everyday lives, associated with a range of disorders and diseases is a rich territory from which to understand the workings of our brains, the unique blend of factors leading to human art making, and disease itself. This book will be an exposé of how different neurological disorders may influence and/or relate to the artistic process, with a particular focus on visual art and painting. The book will interrogate the question of different aspects of neurological disorders and associated brain changes that may impact artistic expression (and vice versa) and will include devoted chapters on Parkinson’s disease, Epilepsy, Mood Disorders, Autism, and Schizophrenia. Moreover, we will elaborate on the question from the perspective of the artist themselves, with chapters that highlight the artistic process in the context of lived experience (either directly or indirectly) with disease-mediated brain changes. Finally, engagement in creative acts has been linked to therapeutic benefits in multiple disease processes and neuroplasticity, which is another line of inquiry directly addressed in the book. As a whole, the volume focuses on themes and concepts at the boundary of creativity and neuroscience in such a way as to be relevant to both the medical and broader (artistic) community. 


Front Matter
Pages i-x
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Medicine

    Front Matter
    Pages 1-1
    PDF
    Brain Research and Art?—A Short History of Neurological Research and Creative Expression
        Frank W. Stahnisch
    Pages 3-24
    Where Do Artists Come From? A Review of the ‘Typical’ Visually Creative Life and Artistic Brain as a Basis for Discussing Neurodivergence or Neurodegenerative Change
        Matthew Pelowski, Rebecca Chamberlain
    Pages 25-63
    Creativity and Parkinson’s Disease
        Marie Elise Maradan-Gachet, Ines Debove, Eugénie Lhommée, Paul Krack
    Pages 65-89
    Mood Disorders and Creativity
        Natalia Jaworska, Georg Northoff
    Pages 91-111
    Art Making in Schizophrenia: A Vision Science Perspective
        Daniel Graham, Steven Silverstein
    Pages 113-142
    Epilepsy and Autism as Disorders of Brain Connectivity and Their Link to Artistic Expression
        Raluca Pana
    Pages 143-159

Other Research and Art Sectors

    Front Matter
    Pages 161-161
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    The Contribution of Non-invasive Brain Stimulation to the Study of the Neural Bases of Creativity and Aesthetic Experience
        A. Ciricugno, R. J. Slaby, M. Benedek, Z. Cattaneo
    Pages 163-196
    Holding Still, Together: Person-Centered Parkinson’s Care Portrayed
        Thieme B. Stap, Richard Grol, Roland Laan, Marten Munneke, Bastiaan R. Bloem, Jan-Jurjen Koksma
    Pages 197-214
    Linking the Neural Correlates of Reward and Pleasure to Aesthetic Evaluations of Beauty
        Tomohiro Ishizu, Tara Srirangarajan, Tatsuya Daikoku
    Pages 215-231

The Next Steps Neurodegenerative Diseases and Creativity

    Front Matter
    Pages 233-233
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    The Potential of Causal Approaches in Creativity Using Ultrasonic Brain Stimulation
        Julia Sophia Crone
    Pages 235-253

Short Chapters for Artist’ View and Experiences

    Front Matter
    Pages 255-255
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    The Healing Power of Creativity and Art
        Ellis Schoonhoven
    Pages 257-276
    Visual Representation of Bodily Sensations: The Taken-for-Granted and the Alienated Body: Bodily Self-Awareness
        Barbara Graf
    Pages 277-286
    The Artistic View with Parkinson’s Disease: In Search of “Why”
        Urs Bratschi
    Pages 287-294

Back Matter
Pages 295-299

 

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