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  • Journal

    Burnham, C. A. and Davis, K. G.

    The nine-dot problem: Beyond perceptual organization

    1969 - Psychon Sci

    In-text: (Burnham and Davis, 1969)

    Your Bibliography: Burnham, C. and Davis, K., 1969. The nine-dot problem: Beyond perceptual organization. Psychon Sci, 17(6), pp.321-323.

  • Journal

    Chronicle, E. P., Ormerod, T. C. and MacGregor, J. N.

    When insight just won't come: The failure of visual cues in the nine-dot problem

    2001 - The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A

    In-text: (Chronicle, Ormerod and MacGregor, 2001)

    Your Bibliography: Chronicle, E., Ormerod, T. and MacGregor, J., 2001. When insight just won't come: The failure of visual cues in the nine-dot problem. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A, 54(3), pp.903-919.

  • Book

    Loyd, S.

    Cyclopedia of puzzles

    1914 - Lamb Pub. Co. - New York

    In-text: (Loyd, 1914)

    Your Bibliography: Loyd, S., 1914. Cyclopedia Of Puzzles. New York: Lamb Pub. Co.

  • Journal

    Maier, N. R. F.

    Reasoning in humans. II. The solution of a problem and its appearance in consciousness.

    1931 - Journal of Comparative Psychology

    In-text: (Maier, 1931)

    Your Bibliography: Maier, N., 1931. Reasoning in humans. II. The solution of a problem and its appearance in consciousness. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 12(2), pp.181-194.

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