Shocking for solutions

Very interesting..
Research subjects who received electrical stimulation of the anterior temporal lobes of the brain were 3 times more likely to come up with the fresh insight needed to solve a difficult, unfamiliar problem than people in a control group, according to Richard Chi and Allan Snyder of the University of Sydney. The researchers say they envision a future when noninvasive brain stimulation is briefly employed for solving problems that have evaded traditional cognitive approaches.
Give everyone a device that shocks your anterior temporal lobe to make everyone more innovative problem solvers. I would like one.

Source: HBR Daily Stat, Feb 22, 2011; Original Link