Present study sought to investigate the impact of Interhemispheric integration on creativity. There is scarcity of research investigating the relation between Interhemispheric integration and creativity. Literature has shown that much of the work is based on neurological studies. There is scarcity of empirical literature on Interhemispheric integration and its impact on creativity. Objective of the present study is to determine the impact of Interhemispheric integration on creativity. Study suggested that Interhemispheric integration positively predicts creativity. Young adults with age range of 19 to 25 were focused. Data was collected from 250 individuals from different departments of Quaid-iAzam University. Design of the study was experimental. Interhemispheric integration experiment was used . 2×4 factorial design was used. Experiment consisted of two conditions (Spatial and Symbolic) having four levels of stimulus presentation (left, right, center and split). Creativity was measured through Biographical inventory of creative behaviors . Results did not support the hypothesis of the study. No relationship was found between Interhemispheric integration and creativity. Present study concluded that interaction and integration of both hemispheres does not affect creativity of individuals.