Puzzling Effects

The New York Times has devoted its science section today to puzzles, including the lead article on creativity and insight. One takeaway: people are more likely to solve word puzzles if they were amused, having just seen a comedy routing, perhaps.

Lotsa good stuff here. Well worth the click:

Science News – The New York Times

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