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What triggers creative thought in humans?

Creativity, innovation and ideation. Is there something in the brain that makes the brain think that way, as opposed to "normal baseline". What triggers creative thought in humans?
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Which of the nicotinic acetylcholine receptors (nAChRs) catalyse the release of the neuromodulators mentioned below that's caused by nicotine?

Neuromodulators: acetylcholine, norepinephrine, epinephrine, vasopressin, histamine, arginine, serotonin, dopamine, autocrine agents, and $\beta$-endorphin. I am aware that agonists of the $\alpha_7 ...
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Endocannabinoid Transporters - which ones are Likely to Exist and what is the Evidence for their Respective Existence?

Endocananbinoid = Endogenous Cannabinoid or CB1 and CB2 ligands. I'm asking which endocannabinoid transporters exist and could the one answering show all the evidence for the existence of the ...
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Does regulate always mean suppress when it comes to heteroreceptors?

Do heteroreceptors always suppress the release of the neurotransmitter they regulate upon their (the heteroreceptor's) activation?
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What is the relationship between Homocysteine and Norepinephrine metabolic cycles?

I've been researching neuromodulators and have taken a look at the Norepinephrine/Noradrenaline system. The diagram of biosynthesis of Norepinephrine is presented in the wikipedia article: ...