Stages in problem solving
The history of problem solving has, with the exception of the Gestalt school (Kohler, 1925; Wertheimer, 1945; Duncker, 1945), been largely created by those psychologists whose interest lay in the manipulation of one or several independent variables for the purpose of observing how this affected one or more dependent variables. Subjects were studied in strictly controlled laboratory situations, as they solved what were often restricted and unchallenging problems. (Two noteworthy exceptions to...[Show more]
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