The project aims to explore diverse strategies employed in solving different complex tasks – problem-solving strategies.
The project sheds light on a comprehensive examination of these problem-solving strategies, particularly in situations that require complex problem-solving, for example when we are talking to ourselves loudly and listening to what we are saying when complex concepts are formed.
The project consists of four individual studies that illuminate various vocal mediation strategies.
- Establishment of intraverbal bidirectional naming (vocally responding to questions based on association) to promote the formation of stimulus equivalence.
- Establishment of joint control skills (repeating what others say until you find the correct solution) to promote effective listening skills and language comprehension during complex tasks.
- Establish vocal mediation strategies to influence analogical reasoning.
- Establishment of listening skills to investigate whether naming corresponding objects occurs (common bidirectional naming).
The learning outcomes are likely to be both flexible and enduring, as participants will acquire effective mediation strategies when faced with complex tasks.