The Psychology of Thinking
Reasoning, Decision-Making and Problem-Solving
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The Psychology of Thinking is an engaging, interesting and easy-to-follow guide into the essential concepts behind our reasoning, decision-making and problem-solving. Clearly structured into 3 sections, this book will;
Introduce your students to organisation of thought including memory, language and concepts;
Expand their understanding of reasoning including inference and induction as well as motivation and the impact of mood;
Improve their thinking in action, focusing on decision-making and problem-solving.
Suitable for any course in which students need to develop their judgement and decision-making skills, this book uses clever examples of real-world situations to help them understand and apply the theories discussed to their everyday thinking.
|ISBNs||9781529702064, 9781529702071, 9781529736267, 9781529737165, 9781529702071, 9781529702064, 1529738059, 9781529738056|
|Number of Pages||320|