K Loder

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The relationship between direction of gaze and creativity was studied using a modified measure of lateral eye movement which recorded the total time of gaze rather than initial direction of gaze only. Twelve subjects were presented the Uses Test and the Remote Associates Test orally while direction of gaze was monitored. Analysis yielded a high positive(More)
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