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Divergent thinking tasks are a popular basis for research on group creative problem solving, or brainstorming. The brainstorming literature has been dominated by research that investigates group performance by measuring the total number of generated ideas using the original rules put forth by Osborn (1953) . This review of empirical literature on brainstorming suggests that Osborn was right about many but not all of his intuitions. It discusses the potential advantages of cognitive stimulation,doi:10.7771/1932-6246.1093 fatcat:ou3u3geennbcnfrx3nc35wdljq