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  1. When Analytic Thought is Challenged by a Misunderstanding.L. Macchi & M. Bagassi - 2015 - Thinking and Reasoning 21 (1):147-164.
    In our view, the way of thinking involved in insight problem solving is very close to the process involved in the understanding of an utterance, when a misunderstanding occurs. In this case, a more appropriate meaning has to be selected to resolve the misunderstanding , the default interpretation has to be dropped in order to “restructure”, to grasp another meaning which appears more relevant to the context and the speaker's intention. A new conception of unconscious, implicit thought emerges, informed by (...)
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