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"For the first time, scientists say they have proved what creative minds have known all along: that our sleeping brains continue working on problems that baffle us during the day, and that the right answer may come more easily after eight hours of rest." [ Ø N.SPIVACK • ]
"Jan Born, who led the study, said the results support biochemical studies of the brain that indicate memories are restructured before they are stored."
If I remember correctly (which is questionable), especially solutions (in a very relaxed sense) to combinatorial/compositional problems quite regularly seem crystal clear in the morning, at least when the process of enumeration and evaluation of individual options was worked out fairly well before going to sleep (which implies serious effort to get to know the problem field as good as possible while still awake). But of course that's purely anecdotal.
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