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CRITICAL THINKING Scientific thinking is a thought process that involves cognitive processes, experiment design, hypothesis testing, data interpretation, and scientific discovery. It is a way of thinking usually used in science, but can be used in day to day life. The results of such thinking is based on what is proven to be correct through running different tests and scenarios until you have reach your correct conclusion. Scientific thinking plays a role in critical thinking by guiding an individual into making decisions, especially in the work area where testing and data can be essential to making a judgment. Through scientific thinking one will like to test or question their intake of new or old information. It is important to scientific thinking because without the process than one cannot absorb, change, or enact their way of thinking. There are times when we are not aware we are learning new things, but unconsciously we are, such examples being when we are watching television or taking in body language and adapting them to our
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This note was uploaded on 12/29/2011 for the course ENGLISH 324 taught by Professor Dfs during the Spring '11 term at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College.

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