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Creativity Innovation, European Year 2009
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Time Allowed:  90 minutes

Please choose and answer any six of the following questions.  Answers in note form are acceptable.  Answers that are impossible to read or understand have no merit.

1. What effect do you think the Internet will have on the thinking of young people?

2. List and describe the four major errors of perception.  Suggest what might be done to reduce such errors.

3. Why do you suppose that 'thinking' is not taught directly and explicitly in most schools?

4. What role does the hypothesis play in thinking?

5. In what way do thinking and emotions interact?

6. From your own experience describe 'stupidity' and people who are 'stupid'.

7. In what way is thinking affected in: 
(a) people who are ultra sensitive to others?
(b) people who are totally insensitive to others?

8. How important is language for thinking?

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