Thinking: An introduction
|The Need for Critical Thinking Skills|
|Thought and Knowledge|
|A Working Definition of Critical Thinking|
|Changing How People Think: Should It be Done?|
|Empirical Evidence That Thinking Can Be Improved|
|Transfer of Training|
|Thinking About Thinking|
|Thinking as a Biological Process|
|Thinking as Imagery and Silent Speech|
|Thinking as Human Information Processing|
|Intelligence and Thinking Skills|
|The Nature of Intelligence|
|The Measurement of Intelligence|
|Learning to Be Intelligent|
|A Critical Thinking Attitude and Disposition|
|A Framework for Thinking|
|Terms to Know|
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Book title: Thought and Knowledge:An Introduction to Critical Thinking.
Contributors: Diane F. Halpern - Author.
Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Place of publication: Mahwah, NJ.
Publication year: 1996.
Page number: 1.
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