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Unformatted text preview: to problem solving? A. inappropriate mental set B. functional fixedness C. incomplete or inaccurate representations of the problem D. lack of specific domain knowledge A. People’s working memory capacity is severely limited B. The way people mentally represent this problem is often wrong C. People often fail to take advantage of the incubation effect D. Most people do not have expert knowledge about book worms’ behavior n༆  It was starting to rain, and Kevin didn’t have an umbrella or a hat. After a few moments of thought, he held his psychology textbook over his head to keep himself dry. Kevin was able to overcome functional fixedness. n༆  Which of the following statements is NOT true regarding differences in...
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