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the brain - exposure to information Therefore while...

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Mainly, information in your long-term memory will affect your critical thinking skills in two ways: Reflections on past critical thinking experiences, which allow you to apply the same process with confidence and improve past experiences, and Learned processes and skills, which you can work toward applying but you may not be as good with those above. Long-term memory is established in one of three ways; extensive study, repetitive experience or through continual
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Unformatted text preview: exposure to information. Therefore, while critical thinking is ideally a way of disassociating oneself and seeking the truth whatever that may be, our subconscious mind with its hard-wired experience may unconsciously affect the way in which we go about looking at a certain subject, with inherent biases and preconceptions formed from our long-term memory infecting the process of critical thinking....
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