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Jessica Hoover Problem Solving Simulation BEH 225 7/10/11
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I thought this problem could not be solved at first. I have tried using the conceptual block because I could not get the animals to cross without the other one eaten by the other. Then I continued with the activity to see if I could complete it and developed a strategy for it. I have tried my first option, which was trial and error. Then I decided to use a piece of paper to write down all of my options and ideas but did not succeed. I tried the information retrievel but if did not work because I could not figure out a solution. Then I tried the sub-goal to see if that would help me to achieve my goal. I then tried the means-end analysis but could not get all of the animals to cross. The way I solved this was I took the cat across then went back for the mouse to the other side to drop the mouse off and then I picked up the cat so that the cat did not
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This note was uploaded on 08/03/2011 for the course BEH 225 taught by Professor Mrking during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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