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Problems in Problem Solving:: Psychological Models of Creative Problem Solving Paperback – October 28, 2010
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Before earning his Ph.D., the author was a physics and math teacher for many years and wondered about what was going on in his students' minds as they solved problems and why they got stuck. The author changed careers going for a Ph.D. in educational psychology to understand how people creatively solve problems and overcome the obstacles to creativity. Since earning his Ph.D. the author found his statistical skills much more valuable, but still used what he learned in the psychology of problem solving to help his students and others to become creative problem solvers.
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