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  • ...fic [[programming language]]s to craft solutions to concrete computational problems. Computer graphics relies on algorithms that help generate and alter visua ...ave given birth to new approaches for [[teaching]] and [[learning]]. For research in various fields, computer science has greatly enhanced the processes of d
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  • ...pothetical, and is generated by the creative imagination in order to solve problems that have arisen in specific historico-cultural settings. Logically, no nu ...science. Popper claimed repeatedly and adamantly that he had solved Hume's problem; he had done it, he claimed, by replacing induction with successive applica
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  • ...cise [[self-discipline]], as the set of tools essential for solving life's problems. He also discussed the nature of [[love]], stressing that love is not a fe ... from two of his children.<ref name="Searchstonesmult">M. Scott Peck, ''In Search of Stones: A Pilgrimage of Faith, Reason and Discovery '' (Hyperion, 1995).
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  • Many researchers believe that skin darkening was an adaptation that evolved as a protecti Lack of food remains a serious global problem, with about 300,000 people starving to death every year. Childhood malnutri
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  • ...tion (and other) technology as needed. In other words, it tackles systemic problems first rather than individual pieces of [[technology]] within that system. ...in down. Regional differences and international terminology complicate the problem. Some people note that much of what is called "Informatics" today was once
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  • ...ncept first presented by [[Charles Findley]] in the 1980s as part of his research on future trends and directions. "Collaborative Learning-Work" refers to pr ... professional works are highly specialized and diversified, many tasks and problems today cross over multiple disciplines and fields of expertise. Development
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  • While research on [[learning]] in [[animal]]s has been used by some [[psychologist]]s as e ... developmentalists]], such as [[Jean Piaget]] and [[Lev Vygotsky]], have researched the way children form their own concepts through experience, assimilate e
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  • ...l abilities, such as the capacities to [[reason]], [[problem solving|solve problems]], think abstractly, comprehend ideas and [[language]], and [[learning|lea ...olars our understanding of intelligence is still limited. Perhaps, since researchers use only their own human intellect to discover the secrets of human inte
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  • ...ocial studies]], and [[moral psychology|moral development]]. Much of the research in this field is designed to address the desire of teachers to improve thei In a century of research since James, psychologists have offered a variety of applications of their
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  • ...ny areas is required for maturity; brilliance in a single area can lead to problems. Thus, for a prodigy to realize their true potential, the challenge for [[ Most researchers recognize that prodigious talent tends to arise as a result of the innat
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  • ...eler]]. Feynman's thesis applied the [[principle of stationary action]] to problems of [[quantum mechanics]], laying the ground work for the "path integral" a While researching his Ph.D., Feynman married his first wife, [[Arline Greenbaum]]. (Arline
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  • ...edgehogs that eat insects filled with pesticides will often form digestive problems and eventually die. One problem with using hedgehogs for garden pest control is the use of chemical insecti
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  • ...ing through development of [[World War I]] military aircraft. Meanwhile, research to provide fundamental background science continued by combining [[theoreti ...the rise of [[computer]] technology, the first [[Search engine (computing)|search engine]] was built by [[computer engineer]] [[Alan Emtage]].
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  • ...activities and functions, such as perceiving, attending, thinking, problem solving, language, learning, and memory.<ref>Gary R. VandenBos, (ed.), ''APA Dictio ...ng this mainstream view, a small group of neuroscientists has persisted in searching for evidence suggesting the possibility of a human mind existing and ope
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  • ... and can therefore be credited with the creation of the first industrial research laboratory. Edison was a talented inventor whose creativity improved the qu ...on wrestled with the ideas in Isaac Newton’s “Principles,” finally resolving to take responsibility for practical matters more than spending time theori
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  • ...ses motives, including needs for achievement, power, intimacy, and problem-solving abilities. Today, the TAT is widely used as a tool for research in areas of psychology such as [[dream]]s, fantasies, mate selection, and w
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  • *Actual problems - the behavior of those involved in the conflict leads to problems for themselves and others. In addition to research in primates, in more recent studies biologists have explored [[reconciliati
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  • ...gists (Hamilton 1997; Stewart 1997; Smithsonian 2006) but maze and problem-solving experiments have shown that they do have both short- and long-term memory. ... Octopuses often break out of their aquariums and sometimes into others in search of food. They have even boarded fishing boats and opened holds to eat crabs
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  • ...ood. However, [[Evidence (law)|proof]] of paternity has been intrinsically problematic and so social rules, such as [[marriage]], often determined who would b ...hat the unborn baby can become familiar with his or her parents' voices. Research has also indicated that by the seventh month, external [[schedule]] cues in
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  • ...&Code1=62&Geo2=PR&Code2=01&Data=Count&SearchText=Nunavut&SearchType=Begins&SearchPR=01&B1=All&GeoLevel=PR&GeoCode=62 Census Profile Nunavut] ''Statistics Can Other explorers in search of the elusive Northwest Passage followed in the 17th century, including [[
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