Why sociality affects creativity: lessons from autism
- Paola Pennisi, Linguistic Centre of Messina University , Messina, Italy
- Laura Giallongo, Dep. of Cognitive Science, Psychology, Education and Cultural Studies, University of Messina, Messina , Italy
AbstractAs human beings we are social. All of us had to be included in a group to survive; most of us highly desire to live and collaborate with others on a daily basis. In this paper we will try to show that our sociality (considered as the inclination to live and collaborate with other co-specifics) affects our creativity.
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