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September 14, 2017 Keona Waller PH 330 Chapter 1 Quiz, Q. 2-10, p.47 True 2. The standard academic study of all the physical sciences requires observation skills, whether in the field or laboratory. Support for Answer: Thinking based on hasty observations, no matter how well reasoned, will be faulty thinking. False 3. The clarity of our thinking can depend on the clarity of our perceptions. Support for Answer: You may have also discovered that we look for the familiar, and if we can’t find the familiar, we may even distort what we see to make it seem familiar. True 4. Observation skills can be extended to observing how you observe. Support for Answer: If you observed your own mental processes as you proceeded in simple task, you might have noticed that you went through different stages, using different skills. True 5. An insight is an experience of understanding that can occur spontaneously after we observe something intently for a while. One illustration of this experience is the story of
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