There will always be a wild, unpredictable quality to creativity and invention, says cognitive psychology researcher Anthony McCaffrey, because reaching an "Aha moment" means leaping tall mental obstacles. But he has developed a tookit for overcoming common roadblocks and improving problem-solving.
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