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1. (psychology) A cognitive style relating to problem-solving. Divergent thinkers tend to generate more ideas and prefer open-ended problems. See also tolerance of ambiguity; compare convergence.
2. In visual perception, the turning outwards of the eyes as the distance between the perceiver and the point of focus increases: compare convergence.
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