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Q: A process in which one monitors one's cognitive activities, the elements used in those activities, and the results educed, particularly by applying skills in analysis, and evaluation to one's own
inferential judgments with a view toward questions, confirming, validating, or correcting either one's reasoning or one's results. (Points : 1) a self-regulation b self-esteem c regulated behavior d explanation
A: 1) A self-regulation
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User: A process in which one monitors one's cognitive activities, the elements used in those activities, and the results educed, particularly by applying skills in analysis, and evaluation to one's own inferential judgments with a view toward questions, confirming, validating, or correcting either one's reasoning or one's results. (Points : 1) a self-regulation b self-esteem c regulated behavior d explanation

Weegy: 1) A self-regulation
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User: An expression of the meaning or significance or a wide variety of experience, situations, data, events, judgments, conventions, beliefs, rules, procedures, or criteria. (Points : 1) a evaluation b instigation c investigation d interpretation

Weegy: D interpretation
Greenpepper|Points 2792|

User: Deductive Reasoning is drawing inferences in which it appears that the conclusion cannot possibly be false if all of the premises are true. (Points : 1) a True b False

Weegy: B False , thats inductive reasoning
Greenpepper|Points 2792|

User: Analysisis expressing the meaning or significance of events or experiences. (Points : 1) a True b False

Weegy: A) True
Greenpepper|Points 2792|

User: A person who is judicious will approach problems realizing that all problems only have one plausible solution. (Points : 1) True False

Weegy: A) True
Greenpepper|Points 2792|

User: A person who is truth-seeking will not ask probing questions or follow reasons and evidence. He or she will stick to cherished beliefs. (Points : 1) True False

Weegy: That statement is B) False.
ibontxo|Points 356|

User: A person who is truth-seeking will not ask probing questions or follow reasons and evidence. He or she will stick to cherished beliefs. (Points : 1) True False

Weegy: That statement is B) False.
ibontxo|Points 356|

User: . A person who possesses the inquisitive habit tries to foresee short-term and long-term outcomes of events, decisions, and actions. (Points : 1) True False

Weegy: b False, thats an analytical person
Greenpepper|Points 2792|

User: If one is judicious, he or she realizes that issues are not black and white, and that, at times, judgments must be made in the contexts of uncertainty. (Points : 1) True False

Weegy: It is a) True good definition for it.
ibontxo|Points 356|

User: The possession of this habit helps a person to be tolerant of divergent views and sensitive to the possibility of his or her possible biases. (Points : 1) biased open-minded self reliant judicious

Weegy: It should be B) open-minded
ibontxo|Points 356|

User: A person with this habit has intellectual integrity and a courageous desire to actively strive for the best possible knowledge in any given situation. (Points : 1) judicious systematic truth-seeking analytical

Weegy: The answer is D. Truth seeking.
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User: This habit inclines a group to rely on careful reasoning in order to try to solve problems or to make decisions. (Points : 1) inquisitive analytical open-minded sadly mistaken

Weegy: b analytical
Greenpepper|Points 2792|

User: A person with this habit continually strives to be well informed, wants to know how things work, and seeks to learn new things about a wide range of topics. (Points : 1) systematic confident in reasoning judicious inquisitive

Weegy: Correct answer D) inquisitive
ibontxo|Points 356|

User: Spreading yourself too thin can be overcome by (Points : 5) Organizing your schedule Setting your priorities Planning your time wisely Setting reasonable goals All of the above

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