We are on the cover of the February volume of the prestigious journal: NeuroImage!
The picture represents the main findings emerging from our study – a study on the prediction of idea originality through brain dynamics – published in the same volume: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuroimage.2019.116385
Specifically, the cover depicts with an original graphic the scalp topographies associated to the repeated generation of alternative ideas during a typical creative (divergent thinking) task. The electrophysiological activity progressively passes from a desyncronization to a progressive synscronization, especially in the cortical areas typically associated to ideation (right parietal region).
NeuroImage Volume 207 – Cover