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Hilary Grimmer
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Getting a grip on insight: real-time and embodied Aha experiences predict correct solutions
RE Laukkonen, DJ Ingledew, HJ Grimmer, JW Schooler, JM Tangen
Cognition and Emotion 35 (5), 918-935, 2021
502021
Eliciting false insights with semantic priming
H Grimmer, R Laukkonen, J Tangen, W von Hippel
Psychonomic bulletin & review 29 (3), 954-970, 2022
252022
Thinking style and psychosis proneness do not predict false insights
HJ Grimmer, RE Laukkonen, A Freydenzon, W von Hippel, JM Tangen
Consciousness and cognition 104, 103384, 2022
62022
The illusion of insight: detailed warnings reduce but do not prevent false “Aha!” moments
HJ Grimmer, JM Tangen, A Freydenzon, RE Laukkonen
Cognition and emotion 37 (2), 329-338, 2023
42023
The power of insight: How psychedelics solicit false beliefs
HT McGovern, HJ Grimmer, M Doss, B Hutchinson, C Timmermann, ...
PsyArXiv preprint: https://psyarxiv. com/97gjw, 2023
32023
The power of insight: Psychedelics and the emergence of false beliefs
HT McGovern, H Grimmer, M Doss, B Hutchinson, C Timmermann, A Lyon, ...
PsyArXiv, 2023
2023
When" Aha!" moments are wrong: a new paradigm for experimentally induced false insights
H Grimmer
2023
Psychological correlates of false insights
H Grimmer, JM Tangen, R Laukkonen, B von Hippel
OSF, 2021
2021
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