Critical thinking

 

 

1. Analyzes how a psychology practitioner-scholar may use Bloom’s taxonomy in the field.

2. Defines the strengths, weaknesses, and strategies that are relevant to a psychology professional.
3.Integrates multiple critical thinking tools to cohesively synthesize high-quality and relevant literature to respond to a research question in psychology.
4. Distinguishes conclusions drawn from research, experiences, and opinion.

5. Determines the relevancy of a selected psychology article. Describes the data and evidence to support the conclusion.
References
Elder, L. & Paul, R (2007). A thinker’s guide to analytic thinking. Dillon Beach, CA: Foundation for Critical Thinking.
Elder, L. & Paul, R (2007). Foundation for critical thinking: Online model for learning the elements and standards of critical thinking. Retrieved from https://www.criticalthinking.org/ctmodel/logic-model1.htm
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For further information on the levels of thinking see “Critical Thinking Development: A Stage Theory” by Linda Elder and Richard Paul.https://www.criticalthinking.org/pages/critical-thinking-development-a-stage-theory/483

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