CAS CH 11 - Chapter 11 1. Standards for judging among...

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Chapter 11 1. Standards for judging among alternatives are called Decision Making 2. The desired outcome is called a/an Goal 3. A lack of needed skills is considered a/an Obstacles in relation to problem solving? 4. What do we call it when there are multiple alternatives for solving a problem? Solution Multiplicity 5. Another name for functional theory. Define the following 6. charge- The assignment or goal given to a group usually given by parent company or administrator 7. Instrinsic Interest- extent to which task itself is interesting 8. Area of Freedom- The scope of authority and responsibility of a group including limits of groups authority 9. Vigilant Interaction Theory- Effective group decisions depend on analysis of pros and cons of problem 10. Field Independent Logic What is/are? 11. People who size up a situation then arrive at a solution without following any procedure are called Intuitive problem solvers 12. A special format for structuring problem solving discussions that is more suitable for
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CAS CH 11 - Chapter 11 1. Standards for judging among...

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