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Applied Psychology

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Creative Imagination is more than mere memory. It takes the elements of the past as reproduced by memory and rearranges them. It forms new combinations out of the material of the past. It forms new combinations of ideas, emotions and their accompanying impulses to muscular activity, the elements of mental complexes. It recombines these elements into new and original mental pictures, the creations of the inventive mind.

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