Critical Thinking Skills – Cognitive Biases and Logical Fallacies

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The ability to think and reason logically is a uniquely human trait, yet we don’t always apply these skills to their greatest advantage. This session will help you recognise two of the most common hurdles in critical thinking, and having an awareness will empower you with the first important steps to improving your critical thinking skills.

This session is the result of extensive research conducted by Dr Paul Kertes and follows ‘Is it True?’ delivered in Term 1 (Attendance at ‘Is it True?’ is not a prerequisite).

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1 August
(1 weeks)
Thursday2:30 pm – 3:30 pm24T3/CP41
$ 12

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