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CHFD 3710 - CHFD 3710 A person who displays wisdom has...

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CHFD 3710 A person who displays wisdom has insight into life’s conditions and shows good judgment. Rybash and colleagues (1986) say that younger people may do better than older people in problem solving in a laboratory or classroom. They can answer clearly structured problems faster than older people. But older people may do better at problem finding. older people have a greater ability to shape and solve a problem in a less-defined situation Cohen describes three “styles” that characterize this type of thinking: Relativistic thinking: an awareness that context can affect knowledge and understanding Dualistic thinking: the ability to suspend judgment while trying to resolve contradictions Systematic thinking: the ability to take a broad view of a situation or a system of knowledge Creativity can refer to a great achievement, a test score, or a form of personal expression Unfortunately, few people have access to programs like this. Butler (1974) says that,
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