The relation between semantic memory structure, associative abilities, and verbal and figural creativity

Thinking and Reasoning 27 (2):268-293 (2020)
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Research has independently highlighted the roles of semantic memory and associative abilities in creative thinking. However, it remains unclear how these two capacities relate to each other, nor ho...



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