Inductive Reasoning: A Training Approach

@inproceedings{Klauer2008InductiveRA,
  title={Inductive Reasoning: A Training Approach},
  author={Karl Josef Klauer and Gary D. Phye},
  year={2008}
}
Researchers have examined inductive reasoning to identify different cognitive processes when participants deal with inductive problems. This article presents a prescriptive theory of inductive reasoning that identifies cognitive processing using a procedural strategy for making comparisons. It is hypothesized that training in the use of the procedural inductive reasoning strategy will improve cognitive functioning in terms of (a) increased fluid intelligence performance and (b) better academic… CONTINUE READING

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