Ibero-American Journal of Exercise and Sports Psychology

Contingency in Engineering Problem Solving Understanding its Role and Implications: Focusing on the sports Machine


Karrar Kareem Jawad, Nagham Hameed Abdulkhudhur Alyaseri, Salima Abdullah Alwan, Emad Kamil Hussein, Kussay Ahmed Subhi, Hussein Kadhim Sharaf*, Ahmed Faeq Hussein, Mazen Dawood Salman, Jasim Gshayyish zwaid, Rajaa Ali Abed and Ashham Mohammed Aned

Engineering problem-solving plays a critical role in addressing complex challenges and advancing technological advancements. However, the effectiveness of problem-solving approaches can be influenced by various contingencies that arise during the problem-solving process. This study aims to explore the role of contingency in engineering problem solving and its implications for successful outcomes. The research employs a mixed-methods approach, including qualitative interviews with engineering professionals and quantitative analysis of problem-solving performance data. Through in-depth interviews, the study explores the experiences and perspectives of engineers when faced with contingencies and how they navigate through them. Quantitative analysis of problem-solving performance data provides insights into the effectiveness of different adaptive strategies in achieving successful outcomes. The findings of this research contribute to a deeper understanding of the dynamic nature of engineering problem solving and the adaptive capabilities required to address contingencies effectively. The implications of the study inform engineering practice by highlighting the importance of flexibility, resilience, and strategic decision-making in the face of contingencies. By identifying and analyzing the contingencies encountered in engineering problem solving, this research provides valuable insights to enhance engineering education and training programs. The study's findings can inform curriculum development, professional development initiatives, and decision-making frameworks, ultimately improving the problem-solving skills and outcomes of future engineers. Overall, this research advances our understanding of the role of contingency in engineering problem-solving, providing valuable insights into the adaptive strategies employed by engineers and their implications for successful outcomes. By addressing the challenges posed by contingencies, engineering professionals can better navigate complex problem-solving situations and drive innovation in the field. Please note that this is a general example, and you can modify and adapt it to align with the specific focus, methodology, and findings of your research.


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