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Human problem solving covers a wide range of time scales. Present a real-world situation in which the decision making is time-constrained. Would it best be solved using a heuristic or algorithmic problem-solving method? Why? Would the Zeigarnik effect lead one to creatively develop more efficient approaches to learning? Why or why not? Reference(s) needed.

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A real-world situation, in which the decision-making is time constrained, is when a senior manager within an organization gives a departmental manager two hrs. In which to decide how many new staff members that will be needed in order to make their department function at optimal efficiency. In a situation of this nature it would be best ...