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      Towards exploring adaptive and associatively reactive answer strategies to creativity test queries

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          This poster presents an initial set of observations on different strategies of solving a creativity test under difficult conditions. Human participants show a propensity to answer with a stronger associate of one or two of the query items, while less frequently responding with a weaker but more inclusive associate of all three. Additionally, solvers sometimes responded with answers that held functional relations to the query item(s), even when instructed to provide a compound solution. These strategies of falling back on semantic or strongly occurring associates are explored, together with some of their implications on the design of adaptive mechanisms for cognitive systems.

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          14 January 2019
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          10.14293/S2199-1006.1.SOR-.PPGVNDQ.v1

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