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09 - WGU - C168 - Critical Thinking - Module 1, 2,3,4,5,6,7,8 Already Passed Critical thinking comprises three interlinking dimensions Correct Answer- Analyzing, evaluating, and improving Critical... thinking is characteristically Correct Answer- self-directed, self-disciplined, self-monitored, self-corrective Stereotype Correct Answer- A fixed or a oversimplified conception of a person, group, or idea Egocentrism Correct Answer- the tendency to view everything in relationship to oneself Sociocentrism Correct Answer- assumption that one's own social group is inherently superior to all others First-order thinking (ordinary thinking) Correct Answer- Spontaneous and non-reflective, contains insight, prejudice, good and bad reasoning Second-order thinking (critical thinking) Correct Answer- First-order thinking that is consciously realized (i.e., analyzed, assessed, and reconstructed) Weak sense critical thinkers Correct Answer- Ignore the flaws in their own thinking, Often seek to win an argument through intellectual trickery or deceit. Strong sense critical thinkers Correct Answer- Consistent pursuit of what is intellectually fair and just, strive to be ethicalFair mindedness Correct Answer- The commitment to consider al relevant opinions equally without regards to one's own sentiments or selfish interests. Intellectual unfairness Correct Answer- Feel no responsibility to represent viewpoints with which they disagree fairly and accurately Intelectual humility Correct Answer- Commitment to discovering the extent of one's own ignorance on any issue Intellectual arrogance Correct Answer- Overestimation of how much one knows Intellectual Courage Correct Answer- Confronting ideas, viewpoints, or beliefs with fairness, even when doing so is painful Intellectual cowardice Correct Answer- Fear of ideas that do not conform to one's own Intellectual Empathy Correct Answer- Inhabiting the perspectives of others in order to genuinely understand them Intellectual self-centeredness Correct Answer- Thinking centered on self Intellectual Integrity Correct Answer- Holding oneself to the same rigorous intellectual standards that one expects others to meet Intellectual dishonesty Correct Answer- Marked by contradictions and inconsistencies of which the perpetrator is unconscious [Show More]

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