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Wegbreit, Ezra; Suzuki, Satoru; Grabowecky, Marcia; Kounios, John; Beeman, Mark – Journal of Problem Solving, 2012
Behavioral and neuroimaging findings indicate that distinct cognitive and neural processes underlie solving problems with sudden insight. Moreover, people with less focused attention sometimes perform better on tests of insight and creative problem solving. However, it remains unclear whether different states of attention, within individuals,…
Descriptors: Verbal Learning, Problem Solving, Visual Learning, Attention
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Collier, Azurii K.; Beeman, Mark – Journal of Problem Solving, 2012
Often when failing to solve problems, individuals report some idea of the solution, but cannot explicitly access the idea. We investigated whether such intuition would relate to improvements in solving and to the manner in which a problem was solved after a 24- hour delay. On Day 1, participants attempted to solve Compound Remote Associate…
Descriptors: Intuition, Problem Solving, Recall (Psychology), Time Factors (Learning)