Unconscious thought, intuition, and visual imagery: A critique of "working memory, cerebellum, and creativity"

Creativity Research Journal 19 (1):47-48 (2007)

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Keywords Cerebellum*  Creativity*  Neuroimaging*  Problem Solving*  Short Term Memory*  Brain  Tomography
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