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Problem-Solving Strategies and Obstacles

By Kendra Cherry — 2020

From organizing your movie collection to deciding to buy a house, problem-solving makes up a large part of daily life. Problems can range from small (solving a single math equation on your homework assignment) to very large (planning your future career).

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What Is the Cognitive Psychology Approach? 12 Key Theories

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Embracing Boredom to Enhance Problem-Solving

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An Introduction to Emotional Intelligence

The definition of emotional intelligence is the ability to recognize, differentiate, and manage our emotions and the emotions of others. The notion of emotions being important in our lives goes all the way back to the ancient Greeks.

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The Case for Improving Work for People with Disabilities Goes Way Beyond Compliance

Individuals with disabilities frequently encounter workplace discrimination, bias, exclusion, and career plateaus—meaning their employers lose out on enormous innovation and talent potential.

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Research Finds New Reasons for Unemployment Among People with Disabilities

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Cognitive Psychology