Ideational Productivity , Focus of Attention , and Context

@inproceedings{HowardJones2003IdeationalP,
  title={Ideational Productivity , Focus of Attention , and Context},
  author={Paul A. Howard-Jones and Steve Murray},
  year={2003}
}
A series of 4 experiments were conducted to investigate ideational productivity. Experiments 1, 2, and 3 were carried out under controlled conditions and involved a test of ideational productivity based on producing different interpretations of a diagram. In the first experiment, the pattern of ideational productivity of adult volunteer participants was studied over 30 min of thinking time. Experiment 2 investigated whether, as predicted by Mednick (1962), a negative correlation exists between… CONTINUE READING

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