Rain Man: An Illustrative Thinking
A discussion on the three thinking processes: deductive reasoning, creative thinking or reasoning, and problem solving.
# 3656 | 1,455 words | 0 sources | 2001 |
Published on Feb 14, 2003 in Psychology (Disorders) , Psychology (Testing) , Film (Analysis, Criticism, Etc.) , Philosophy (Epistemology)
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This paper uses the movie "Rain Man" to illustrate the concepts of three thinking processes. The writer underscores the mechanics of deductive reasoning, creative thinking or reasoning and problem solving while citing examples from the movie as well as discussions on cognitive psychology.
From the Paper:"The human thinking process is extremely complex. We have many ways of problem solving that we are not aware of but simply use. The movie Rain Man is an excellent illustration of what can happen if the processes are not complete or they are confused in our brains. Deductive reasoning, creative reasoning and problem solving are all intertwined and the movie about an autistic man provides a clear picture of the differences."
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