An analysis of creative thought processes employed in the solution of selected figural problems by Aaron Peter Rasmussen

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  • Problem solving,
  • Creative thinking -- Testing

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Statementby Aaron Peter Rasmussen
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Paginationxiii, 142 leaves :
Number of Pages142
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