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The Necker cube figures used in the non-conflict and conflict conditions

The Necker cube figures used in the non-conflict and conflict conditions

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Changing a problem's representation is a crucial process when solving insight problems. Recently, Laukkonen and Tangen (2017) found that observing ambiguous figures such as a Necker Cube before solving problems can increase insight frequency. In our research, we extended their procedure by including measures of feelings of insight (e.g., confidence...

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... picture of an unambiguous cube pointing left and down was attached to the left arrow key of a computer keyboard, and a picture of an unambiguous cube pointing right and up was attached to the right arrow key. In the non-conflict condition, only a picture of the cube pointing left and down was used (the cubes used are presented in Figure 1). ...