Critical thinking class 1

Critical Thinking: Critical thinking is the ability to think clearly and rationally, understanding the logical connection between ideas. The mind’s processes have two distinct systems: System 1 is the brain’s fast, automatic, intuitive approach. system 2 activity is activated when we do something that does not come naturally and requires some sort of conscious mental exertion. While people like to believe that they are rational and logical, the fact is that people are continually under the influence of cognitive bias. Types Of Cognitive Bias: The Confirmation Bias, The Hindsight Bias, The Anchoring Bias, The Misinformation Effect, The Actor-Observer Bias, The False Consensus Effect, The Halo Effect, The Self-Serving Bias, The Availability Heuristic, The Optimism Bias. I enjoyed a lot in critical thinking classes and learn so many thing. There were many activities that made me engaged in the sessions. All participants have shared and enjoyed. I will wait for the next critical thinking life class. I will apply these critical thinking knowledge in my life. Thanks Tabassum ma’am and Sarika Agarwal ma’am. 🙂

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