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    • June 29
      • quiz
      • group decision making
      • structured problem solving
      • narrowing down the topic
      • writing a research question
    • group decision making decision making
      • decision making vs problem solving
    • group decision making decision making
      • decision making methods
        • voting
        • consensus seeking
        • authority rule
    • group decision making decision making
      • decision making questions
        • questions of fact
        • questions of conjecture
        • questions of value
        • questions of policy
    • group decision making decision making
      • decision making styles
        • rational
        • intuitive
        • dependent
        • avoidant
        • spontaneous
    • structured problem solving
      • PMOPS (procedural model of problem solving)
        • describe and analyze the problem
        • generate and explain possible solutions
        • evaluate all possible solutions
        • choose the best solution
        • implement the chosen solution
    • structured problem solving
      • PMOPS (procedural model of problem solving)
        • describe and analyze the problem
        • state problem as single, clear problem question
        • focus on problem before discussing how to solve it
        • describe the problem thoroughly
    • narrowing down your topic
      • web / fishbone diagram
    • writing a research question
      • How does “specific problem” affect the local community; specifically, why does the problem exist, what is the magnitude, what are the costs, who are the populations affected; and why can’t we fix it?