Why "break through" the merry-g-round? Why not just break it?
At 11:51 AM 7/13/2013, Joe Niederberger wrote: >Let's try a different tack in order to break through the merry-g-round. > >Does the representation of a problem make a difference in how one >thinks about it? >(Yes.) > >Can thinking about a problem be divorced from how its represented? >(No.) > >Are mental pictures one form of representation? >(Yes.) > >Can one think about multiple representations of the same problem and >switch among them? >(Yes.) > > >Cheers, >Joe N