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Mar 16 2017   5:30PM GMT

critical thinking

Kaitlin Herbert Kaitlin Herbert Profile: Kaitlin Herbert

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Critical thinking is the capacity to be objective, rational and analytical about subjects, situations and cognitive problems. As a process, critical thinking is the ongoing effort to improve our cognitive abilities in that capacity. Continued…

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Critical thinking asks if a conclusion is ______ evidence or gut feelings.
A. based on
B. based off
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