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Is there a difference between understanding what you read and using critical thinking in analyzing what you read?
Weegy: The list of core critical thinking skills includes observation, interpretation, analysis, inference, evaluation, [ explanation and meta-cognition. There is a reasonable level of consensus among experts that an individual or group engaged in strong critical thinking gives due consideration to: * Evidence through observation * Context * Relevant criteria for making the judgment well * Applicable methods or techniques for forming the judgment * Applicable theoretical constructs for understanding the problem and the question at hand In addition to possessing strong critical thinking skills, one must be disposed to engage problems and decisions using those skills. Critical thinking employs not only logic but broad intellectual criteria such as clarity, credibility, accuracy, precision, relevance, depth, breadth, significance and fairness.[3] ] User: Is it possible to understand something that you have read but not be using critical thinking? Conversely, it is possible to use critical thinking when reading, but not have a good understanding of what the author is trying to say? Weegy: The first afirmation may be possible but not the second, if you use critical thinking when reading something is because you look for logic broad intellectual criteria such as clarity, credibility, accuracy, precision, relevance, depth, breadth, [ significance and fairness.And you can only aply this understanding what you have read. ] User: Thank you Weegy: You are wellcome. User: How could the difference in these two ideas make a difference in your personal or professional life? Weegy: This can make a vital difference because when applying for a job or even being with friends you can always use your critical thinking to contrast the info that you receive or the info that you say to other people being a honest person, [ who talks wisely and who knows about what he can´t talk or not. ] (More)
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how could the differnce in critical thinking and analyzing what you have read make a difference in your personal or professional life?
Weegy: It will make you understand things more. Why they happen and how it improves you personally or as a whole being. IF you use critical thinking and analyzes things that is happening to you. [ You will be better person since you understand more why people do what they do and you will know how to handle those things. ] User: thank you (More)
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After reading pp. 26–28 of Psychology and Your Life, describe two research methods psychologists use. If you were selected to participate in a study that focuses on the average college student, what are some variables that may affect the validity of this study?
Weegy: hello, weegy doesnt have the copy of the book. May weegy know the name of the book? User: its psychology and it's called your life (More)
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If you are a reporter with access to all forms of media distribution, which do you choose first to tell a story and why? Explain how you might have answered this question differently 20 years ago.
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