Get your heads together?

Is creativity a group activity or are we better off left to our own devices?

Two recurring images define the classic story of creativity: the lone maverick and the magical partnership. For every Nikolai Tesla there’s a Lennon and McCartney. For every Watson and Crick there’s a Vincent Van Gogh. But does one approach really beat the other?

In a recent episode of Big Picture Science podcast, Seth Shostak and Molly Bentley investigated the idea that two heads are better than one. It’s a fascinating listen.

You can listen online at the Big Picture Science website.

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Matt likes writing, fancy chairs and procrastination.

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