Critical Thinking , Page 1 Critical Thinking : Its Nature , Measurement , and Improvement

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  title={Critical Thinking , Page 1 Critical Thinking : Its Nature , Measurement , and Improvement},
  author={Robert J. Sternberg},
  year={2007}
}
Critical thinking comprises the mental processes, strategies, and representations people use to solve problems, make decisions, and learn new concepts. The study of critical thinking combines the educational, philosophical, and psychological traditions of thought. R. Ennis offers a philosophical taxonomy suggesting that critical thinking results from the interaction of a set of dispositions toward critical thinking with a set of abilities for critical thiuking, while R. Sternberg's… CONTINUE READING

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