Thought & Knowledge: An Introduction to Critical Thinking

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Author Index

A
Adams, A., 120
Adams, J. L., 388, 425
Adams, M. J., 53
Ahlgren, A., 270
Alcock, J. E., 275
Alexander, J., 198
Alibali, M. W., 331
Allan, R. A., 6
Allan, T., 421
Allegretti, C. L., 192
Allport, G. W., 61, 238
Amabile, T. M., 413
Anderson, B. F., 141
Andrade, J., 73
Arasteh, A. R., 397
Arasteh, J. D., 397
Arbitman-Smith, R., 98
Arkes, H. R., 265, 315, 324
Aronson, E., 207
Asimov, I., 4
Atkinson, R. C., 74
Azar, B., 341

B
Baddeley, A. D., 67, 73
Baer, J., 412
Bahrick, H. P., 80
Bailin, S., 416
Bar-Natan, D., 271
Baron, A. L., 13
Baron, J., 194, 313, 314, 329, 331, 338
Barron, F., 415, 417
Barron, L., 58
Bartlett, F. C., 62
Bartlett, J., 26, 232
Bassham, G., 198
Bastardi, A., 318
Beattie, A. F., 48
Beecher, H. W., 107
Begley, S., 418
Beilensen, J., 170, 221, 354
Benassi, V., 256
Benjamin, A. S., 70
Berger, D., 314, 319
Berger, S. A., 80
Bergman, E. T., 63
Berkowitz, L., 327
Berlin, B., 107
Bernstein, D. A., 385
Bettman, J. R., 314, 331
Beyth-Marom, R., 79
Bink, M. L., 407
Binko, J. B., 4
Biondi, A. M., 400
Bjork, R. A., 70
Blackman, S., 113, 273
Blank, A., 208
Blankenship, S. E., 353
Blasko, D. G., 97
Block, R. A., 10, 11
Blythe, T., 22
Boden, M. A., 409
Bodenmann, G., 358
Bollag, B., 5
Boodoo, G., 22
Boring, E. G., 23
Bouchard, T. J. J., 22
Bousfield, W. A., 57
Bower, G. H., 42, 57, 73, 89, 121, 123, 124, 125, 324
Boxall, B., 303
Boykin, A. W., 22
Bozell, L. B. III, 303
Bradbury, R., 213
Braine, M. D., 150
Bransford, D., 69
Bransford, J. D., 54, 58, 66, 69, 94, 98, 358, 380,417
Brehm, J. W., 340
Brekke, N., 239
Brem, S., 210
Brennan, J., 117
Brennan, T., 187
Brim, O. G., Jr., 21
Brody, N., 22
Brooks, L. W., 50
Bross, I. D. J., 31
Brown, A. L., 69, 94, 120

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