The neurocognitive processes involved in creative thinking were recently clarified by a study published in Neuroscience. All tasks require creativity, whether they be routine activities or more complex procedures involving imaginative or original thought. Scientists describe two main types of creativity as “Big C” creativity which involves high-order cognitive processes associated with artistic masterpieces or scientific discovery and “Little C” creativity which involves problem solving during everyday activity. Little C creativity also reflects the basic level of creativity needed for human survival.The study participants included 75 Chinese college students. Forty-five participants were female, and the mean age was 19 years old. The participants completed a measure of everyday creativity.