Is the U.S. Economy Suffering From A Crisis of Creativity?

In the following press release, I argue that the United States economy is suffering from a “crisis of creativity” that comes about from an educational system that overemphasizes left-brain at the expense of right-brain thinking. For a long time, rational analytical thinking has been seen as superior to creativity which is seated mainly in the right-brain. The latter is responsible for large-scale, holistic, intuitive thinking which seems in short supply these days. Notable exceptions include Google, Apple, and a few other companies that fully make use of their employees creative talents. Read the release here:

Sociologist Argues The U.S. Economy Suffers “Crisis of Creativity”

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