Psychology of Problem Solving: Theory and Practice

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INDEX
abilities, 8, 9, 157, 164
Advanced Technology Staff, Martin Company, 128, 130‐ 131, 181
Afsar, S., 85, 181
Aikman, L., 190
Alexander, T., viii, 121, 132, 181
algorithmic computer programs, 61-62, 65, 67, 70, 162-163
Allender, D. S., 83-84, 181
Allender, J. S., 80, 83-84, 181
Allen, M. S., 105-106, 181
Ammon, M. S., 74, 194
anagram problems, 5, 9, 12, 15, 17, 20, 22, 23, 47, 49, 50, 51-53, 79, 174, 175, 177
analogy programs, 70
analogy strategies, 122-125, 127, 175
Anderson, S. B., 178, 179, 181, 191
Applied Imagination (Osborn), 7, 103
Argus program, 70
Aristotle, 58
Arnold, John, 109
Artificial Geometer, 70
artificial intelligence, 61, 162
attitudes, 8-9, 102, 134-135, 136, 157
attribute listing, 6, 8, 9, 76, 103, 104-105, 106, 136, 139, 163
Austin. G. A., 37, 45, 183
Bahlke, S. J., 150, 153, 154, 155, 182, 186
Bain, Alexander, 42
Baird, L. C., 173, 189
Baker, F. B., 70, 182
ball-transfer problem, 47, 175, 177
Banghart, F., 182
Barenfeld, M., 67, 68, 69, 195
Barron, F., viii, 25, 91, 168, 169, 170, 171, 182, 196
Battig, W. F., 179, 182
Baylor, G. W., 68, 71, 182
Behavioral Checklist for Science Students (BCL), 85
Belcher, T. L., 140, 149, 185
Berger, R. M., 168, 182
Berry, P. C., 101, 196
bionics, 8, 76, 120, 128-131, 136, 163
Block, C. N., 101, 196
Blumenfeld, W., 175, 182
Bourne, L. E., Jr., vii, viii, 45, 48, 174, 183, 188
Bower, G., 45, 183
brainstorming, viii, 6-7, 8, 9, 17, 76, 90-92, 95-96, 101‐ 102, 126, 128, 135, 163; deferred judgment, 90, 92, 95, 101; defining problems, 97‐ 98; evaluating ideas, 98‐ 100 ; fluency, 99, 100, 151; ground rules, 92-95; Phillips66 technique, 96; stop‐ and-go, 96
Braun, Werner von, 17
Bruner. Jerome S., 6, 28, 29, 37-39, 45, 47, 162, 163, 183
Buck, Pearl, 17
Bugelski, B. R., 179, 183
Burmeister, M. A., 85, 183
Butts, D. P., 80. 84, 163, 183
Campbell, Donald T., 42, 47‐ 48, 183

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