by William A. Brownell - 1942
One may define problem solving so broadly as to make the term synonymous with learning. To do so, one needs only to point out that all learning starts with some inadequacy of adjustment, some disturbance of equilibrium—and so, with a 'problem'—and that in the process of achieving adjustment and returning to a state of equilibrium one 'solves' the problem.
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