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At its roots, '''problem solving''' is exactly what it sounds like, the process of solving problems.  However, problem solving methods permeate the studies of [[mathematics]], [[science]], and [[technology]].  The human processes involved in problem solving are often studied by [[cognitive science | cognitive scientists]].
 
At its roots, '''problem solving''' is exactly what it sounds like, the process of solving problems.  However, problem solving methods permeate the studies of [[mathematics]], [[science]], and [[technology]].  The human processes involved in problem solving are often studied by [[cognitive science | cognitive scientists]].
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Revision as of 21:19, 27 October 2006

At its roots, problem solving is exactly what it sounds like, the process of solving problems. However, problem solving methods permeate the studies of mathematics, science, and technology. The human processes involved in problem solving are often studied by cognitive scientists.

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