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Writers often come up with their best ideas when doing something other than writing. Agatha Christie used to mull over her murderous plot lines eating apples in the bath while Dickens spent hours each day strolling around London. So if you can’t crack that darned second act – what’s the best thing to do? Here’s what some researchers found. In 2006, psychologists looked into the role of conscious versus unconscious thought (or daydreaming) in the creative process. It was their hunch that the answers to creative problems creep up on us when we’re not looking too hard. In fact, they…

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