Scott Holtog Paul Rand

Depending on the nature of the problem, some or all of the psychological and intellectual factors implicit in game-playing are equally implicit in successful problem-solving: motivation, competition, challenge, stimulus, goal, promise, anticipation, interest, curiosity, skill, observation, analysis, perception, judgement, improvisation, coordination, timing, concentration, abstraction, discretion, discrimination, economy, patience, restraint, exploitation, excitement, enjoyment, discovery, reward, fulfillment

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