Here’s our fifth and final set of exercises to help enhance your critical thinking, with a focus on reflective judgment.
If you want to support a loved one living with depression, understanding is key. Don’t try to actively solve their problems, listen and encourage additional, appropriate support.
Information can come from a variety of sources, but the strengths, weaknesses and credibility of each needs consideration if they are to form the basis of your decision-making.
This set of exercises may help enhance your critical thinking, with a focus on the skill of inference.
Unfollowing science groups on social media is not going to affect climate change, but following doesn’t necessarily provide a means of open discourse on scientific topics either.
A Personal Perspective: Why do researchers engage in self-righteous, promotional, or grandiose bravado at academic conferences?
A Personal Perspective: “Was I only hired because I’m a woman?”
Premature celebration of eureka moments confuses the notion of the term. Consideration of heuristics, creativity, evaluation and inference may shed light on the issue.
This set of exercises may help enhance your critical thinking, with a focus on the skill of evaluation.
If the news brings you down, but isn’t presenting you information on issues relevant or important to you, then why bother?