Even for the wilderness of human thinking, creative ideas seem to be deliberately designed to defy empirical enquiry. There is something elusive and mystical, perhaps even sacred, about them. So what is a neuroscientist to do if she wants to study inspiration in the lab, under tightly controlled conditions? Clearly, she cannot simply take volunteers, shove them into the nearest brain scanner and tell them: now, please be creative! Previous attempts to tighten the screws on this vexed problem have, even if you allow for some breathers, turned out to be fizzers. Take the gold standard of catching creativity in flagrante : the infamous Alternative Uses Test. In hindsight, it is easy to see that having a test subject list as many alternative uses of some common object was never going to yield much real-world validity. Think about it. Could we really expect a testing instrument that asks you to imagine alternative uses of a safety pin to tell an Einstein from a certified public accountant?
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Freestyle is a style of improvisation with or without instrumental beats, in which lyrics are recited with no particular subject or structure. There are two types of freestyle. There's an old-school freestyle that's basically rhymes that you've written that may not have anything to do with any subject or that goes all over the place. Then there's freestyle where you come off the top of the head. In old school hip-hop , Kool Moe Dee claimed that improvisational rapping was instead called "coming off the top of the head",  and Big Daddy Kane stated, "off-the-top-of-the-head [rapping], we just called that "off the dome" — when you don't write it and [you] say whatever comes to mind". Referring to this earlier definition a written rhyme on non-specific subject matter Big Daddy Kane stated, "that's really what a freestyle is"  and Kool Moe Dee refers to it as "true"  freestyle, and "the real old-school freestyle". Kool Moe Dee suggests the change in how the term is used happened somewhere in the mid to late s, saying, "until , all freestyles were written,"  and "before the s it was about how hard you could come with a written rhyme with no particular subject matter and no real purpose other than showing your lyrical prowess. Myka 9 explains that Freestyle Fellowship helped redefine the term — "that's what they say I helped do - I helped get the world to freestyle, me and the Freestyle Fellowship, by inventing the Freestyle Fellowship and by redefining what freestyle is
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