Thought and Knowledge: An Introduction to Critical Thinking

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Author Index

A
Adams, A., 102, 395
Adams, J. L., 356, 357, 363, 388, 392, 395
Adams, M. J., 45, 404
Adler, R. B., 117, 395
Ahlgren, A., 246, 399
Alcock, J. E., 249, 395
Allan, R. A., 28, 397
Allegretti, C. L., 177, 395
Allen, R. D., 34, 407
Allport, G. W., 52, 219, 395
Amabile, T. M., 378, 392, 395, 401
Arasteh, A. R., 365, 392, 395
Arasteh, J. D., 365, 392, 395
Arbitman-Smith, R., 84, 396
Arkes, H. R., 242, 395
Arnheim, R., 34, 395
Aronson, E., 117, 191, 211, 405
Asimov, I., 3, 395
Atkinson, R. C., 64, 395
Austin, G. A., 165, 397

B
Baddeley, A. D., 58, 395
Baer, J., 377, 395
Bailin, S., 380, 395
Baldauf, B., Jr., 381, 388, 398
Baron, J., 10, 26, 286, 301, 315, 316, 395
Baron, J. B., 3, 395
Barron, E,379, 395
Barron, L., 50, 381, 408
Bartlett, E C., 53, 395
Bartlett, J., 11, 213, 395
Bauer, M. I., 160, 395
Bedau, H., 316, 401
Begley, S., 382, 395
Beilensen, J., 154, 203, 322, 396
Bell, R., 316, 396
Benassi, V. A., 233, 406
Berger, D., 287, 292, 396
Berkowitz, L., 298, 396
Berlin, B., 91, 396
Berliner, H. J., 19, 396
Berner, E., 302, 406
Bernstein, D. A., 353, 396
Bettman, J. R., 286, 302, 404
Beyth-Marom, R., 68, 73, 396
Binko, J. B., 3, 123, 404
Biondi, A. M., 368, 391, 404
Bishop, J. C., 21, 405
Blackman, S., 97, 248, 400
Blank, A., 192, 402
Blankenship, S. E., 321, 406
Block, R. A., 8, 9, 396
Bloom, B. S., 27, 396
Boden, M. A., 372, 374, 396
Bolger, E,316, 408
Boring, E. G., 22, 396
Bousfield, W. A., 49, 396
Bower, G. H., 37, 49, 63, 77, 103, 106, 296, 298, 396, 402, 405,
Boxall, B., 276, 396
Bozzell, L. B., III, 276, 396
Bradbury, R., 195, 396
Bradshaw, G. L., 378, 402
Braine, M. D. S., 130, 396
Bransford, J. D., 47, 50, 57, 60, 84, 326, 348, 362, 381, 396, 405, 408

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xi
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Acknowledgments for the First Edition xiii
  • 1 - Thinking: an Introduction 1
  • Chapter Summary 32
  • 2 - Memory: The Acquisition Retention, and Retrieval of Knowledge 36
  • Chapter Summary 70
  • 3 - The Relationship Between Thought and Language 75
  • Chapter Summary 115
  • 4 - Reasoning: Drawing Deductively Valid Conclusions 118
  • Chapter Summary 162
  • 5 - Analyzing Arguments 167
  • Chapter Summary 207
  • 6 - Thinking as Hypothesis Testing 212
  • Chapter Summary 237
  • 7 - Likelihood and Uncertainty: Understanding Probabilities 241
  • Chapter Summary 277
  • 8 - Decision Making 281
  • Chapter Summary 313
  • 9 - Development of Problem-Solving Skills 317
  • Chapter Summary 360
  • 10 - Creativethinking 364
  • Chapter Summary 389
  • 11 - The Last Word 393
  • References 395
  • Author Index 409
  • Subject Index 415
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