Organization (WHO). It caused all people in the world to change their lifestyle. It still threatens the entire World [ 1 ]. Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 began to affect the world, countries have implemented different treatment methods. Active therapeutic
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Creativity may be a
trait, a state or just a process defined by its products. It can be contrasted
with certain cognitive activities that are not ordinarily creative, such as
problem-solving, deduction, induction, learning, imitation, trial-and-error, heuristics
and “abduction”, however, all of these can be done creatively too. There are
four kinds of theories, attributing creativity respectively to (1) method, (2)
“memory”(innate structure), (3) magic or (4) mutation. These theories variously
emphasize the role of an unconscious mind, innate constraints, analogy,
aesthetics, anomalies, formal constraints, serendipity, mental analogs,
heuristic strategies, improvisatory performance and cumulative collaboration.
There is some virtue in each, but the best model is still the one implicit in
Pasteur's dictum: “Chance favors the prepared mind.”And because the exercise
and even the definition of creativity requires constraints, it is unlikely that
“creativity training”or an emphasis on freedom in education can play a
productive role in this preparation.
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1 Introduction In industry there are lots of automated test methods nowadays. However, fully automated testing is not yet solved in some areas, also in the production of different handheld power tools. For example, performing an automatic lifetime
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The American Journal of Psychoanalysis,
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