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Running head: PROBLEM SOLVING STIMULATION 1 Problem Solving Stimulation Paige Michaud-McClorey BEH 225 Feb. 13, 2011 Tamare Reeves
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PROBLEM SOLVING STIMULATION 2 Problem Solving Stimulation When I first read the problem, I thought that it would be simple, through much trial and error, I found the problem to be hard. I had to take a few minutes and write on the paper exactly what would happen when certain animals would be left alone with other animals. Once I sat and thought about the problem more and more, it became clear that solving it is actually easy. It was clear that many people had probably come up with the same issues that I did. When solving the problem, the strategy I used was faulted at first. At first I did not realize that animals could cross back over. Once I realized that, it made the problem easy. At first the problem was that all the animals did not get along with a specific other animal. I chose to then move the cat across, then the mouse, when the mouse got dropped off, the cat then traveled back
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Unformatted text preview: to the other side of the river. The dog was moved next and left with the mouse which left no harm to either. Lastly, I moved the cat back to the side of the river where the rest of the animals were. I evaluated the process after having figured out that animals could cross back over to the starting point. The biggest obstacle that I had encountered while solving the problem was that I did not think out side of the box. I viewed the problem as simple, which it was, but I did not think about the multiple different outcomes. It had taken me awhile to realize the key to the answer was that animals could cross back over. PROBLEM SOLVING STIMULATION 3 I was aware of the though process near the end. I realized that there was a simple problem, that I was making harder by not thinking outside of the box. PROBLEM SOLVING STIMULATION 4 PROBLEM SOLVING STIMULATION 5...
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