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Children who fantasize and are daydream are often good in their creative imagination, narrative ability and other aspects that can be boosted.
Episodic Imagination takes cues from real events that are in memory and transforms it into an imaginary visualization, making the experience part reality and part imagination.
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Apart from one’s network and environment, creativity also requires the right exposure and experience, which involves making mistakes and going places.
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While most self-help books emphasize on imagining a great future, the key takeaway from the study on creative imagination is that one has to imagine the process, not the final outcome.
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