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Researchers have identified which parts of the brain are more active when humans use their imagination, confirming what many had theorized.

www.livescience.com/49244-imagination-reality-brain-flow-direction.html

In the brain, the information from real events that we see flows "up" from one brain lobe to another, but the images that we imagine flow "down," new research finds. Imagination and Reality Look ...

www.huffpost.com/entry/imagination-brain_n_3922136

Yet despite its role in some of the greatest discoveries ever made, our understanding of imagination -- where it comes from and what it looks like in the brain -- has been remarkably limited. That's now beginning to change, and a new study from researchers at Dartmouth University is providing some answers.

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It is tied closely to the areas in that same region of the brain (temporal lobe) which is involved in memory. So, the temporal lobe seems to be the biggest player for these types of experiences, so long as you remain aware of the memory implications and impact from the hippocampus. ... What Part of the Brain Handles Imagination? [Answered ...

www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/09/130916162003.htm

Scholars theorize that human imagination requires a widespread neural network in the brain, but evidence for such a "mental workspace" has been difficult to produce with techniques that mainly ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imagination

The understanding of how memory and imagination are linked in the brain, paves the way to better understand one's ability to link significant past experiences with their imagination. Perception. Piaget posited that perceptions depend on the world view of a person. The world view is the result of arranging perceptions into existing imagery by ...

www.reference.com/science/part-brain-controls-imagination-90bcae02bf0cefe0

Scientists have discovered that certain parts of the brain form a vast neural network that is activated when a human is using their imagination. Studies using fMRI technology show activity in the precuneus, posterior parietal, frontoparietal, occipital and dorsolateral profrontal regions of the brain in study participants using their imagination.

blogs.scientificamerican.com/beautiful-minds/the-real-neuroscience-of-creativity

For instance, when we are imagining what someone else is thinking, this brain network is active. The Imagination Network involves areas deep inside the prefrontal cortex and temporal lobe (medial ...

www.webmd.com/brain/news/20080229/your-brain-on-creativity

Feb. 29, 2008 -- For creativity to have a chance, the brain needs to get out of its own way and go with the flow. That's the bottom line from a new study on creativity. The study included six full ...

www.wired.co.uk/article/neuroscience-of-imagination

Neuroscientists have pinpointed where imagination hides in the brain and found it to be functionally distinct from related processes such as memory. The team from Brigham Young University (BYU ...