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  1. Amory H. Danek, Thomas Fraps, Albrecht von Müller, Benedikt Grothe & Michael Öllinger (2014). Working Wonders? Investigating Insight with Magic Tricks. Cognition 130 (2):174-185.
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  2. A. Danek, A. M. Hinz, F. Sürer, N. Kühnpast & A. H. Faber (2011). The Iso-Effect: Is There Specific Learning of Tower of London Iso-Problems? Thinking and Reasoning 15 (3):237-249.
    The “Tower of London” puzzle was adapted to tablet PCs to be used as a clinical bedside test. “Iso-problems”, a specific class of problems, require identical moves but ball colours are permuted. Thus difficulty is the same even if the appearance is different. We wanted to determine the impact of these as yet little-studied tasks and hypothesised that there may be a learning effect specific to them (the “iso-effect”). We interspersed a set of six iso-problems within one selection of 22 (...)
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  3. A. H. Faber, N. Kühnpast, F. Sürer, A. M. Hinz & A. Danek (2009). The Iso-Effect: Is There Specific Learning of Tower of London Iso-Problems? Thinking and Reasoning 15 (3):237 – 249.
    The “Tower of London” puzzle was adapted to tablet PCs to be used as a clinical bedside test. “Iso-problems”, a specific class of problems, require identical moves but ball colours are permuted. Thus difficulty is the same even if the appearance is different. We wanted to determine the impact of these as yet little-studied tasks and hypothesised that there may be a learning effect specific to them (the “iso-effect”). We interspersed a set of six iso-problems within one selection of 22 (...)
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