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Problem Solving Styles: Free Resources

Here you will find a number of free resources that will explain more about problem-solving style, to obtain articles that deal with both research and practice, and to obtain a bibliography to give you direction for future reading and study.

VIEW Technical Updates

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Bibliography

You can also download an extensive bibliography of published work on problem solving style.

Journal Article Reprints

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Understanding individual problem-solving style: A key to learning and applying creative problem solving
This article from Learning and Individual Differences summarizes recent studies and reports new data supporting the conclusion that individual style differences provide an important key to understanding the interaction of person, process, product, and press when managing change.

An Exploratory Study of the Relationships between an Assessment of Problem Solving Style and Creative Problem Solving
This article (2007) from the Korean Journal of Thinking and Problem Solving summarizes a research project on the relationships between VIEW’s styles and various CPS components, stages, and tools.

Defining and Assessing Problem- Solving Style: Design and Development of a New Tool
In this 2004 from the Journal of Creative Behavior, we review the development of the VIEW model and instrument and describe the model’s three dimensions and six styles.

Innovative Leadership in Today's Demanding Marketplace: Applications of VIEW in the World of Business
A report of case studies of VIEW applications in various business settings.

Problem Solving Style: A New Approach to Understanding and Using Individual Differences
This article (2004) from the Korean Journal of Thinking and Problem Solving summarizes VIEW’s styles and discusses their implications for instruction and training.

Problem Solving Style: A New Approach to Understanding and Using Individual Differences
This brief article published on Patent Café Online Magazine describes VIEW and relates it to implications for inventing and inventive thinking.

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