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Cognitive Processes Involved in Problem Solving

Please help with analyzing the cognitive processes involved in problem solving.

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Hey, J. D., & Lotito, G. (2009, February). Naive, resolute or sophisticated? A study of dynamic decision making. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 38(1), 1.

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Hey, J. D., & Lotito, G. (2009, February). Naive, resolute or sophisticated? A study of dynamic decision making. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 38(1), 1.

Human beings make hundreds of decisions every day. Most of them occur without much notice and in the seeming blink of an eye. These derived from each individual's schematic development and heuristic system that provides shortcuts to our cognitions and behaviors. The heuristics allow us to make decisions and order our activities without expending much cognitive energy. We can tie our shoes, ride a bike, choose our meals, get from one place to another familiar place, care for loved ones, interact with our friends and the like all without much mental stress. More than that we can know the reason why we are riding a bike, going to a particular place or interacting with our friends without engaging our critical thinking, reasoning and decision making skills on a deep or significant level unless we are presented with ...

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