Clear Thinking Quiz
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List as many of the guidelines for clear thinking as you can.
List out as many of the common clear thinking errors as you are able.
You find yourself disagreeing with someone about something factual and something you are certain about. List out some possible root causes of the disagreement.
Is it possible, using fair statistical testing, to prove with a high level of statistical confidence that something is correlated even though it is not?
What possible explanations can you think of for why people will continue to believe in certain causal relationships even though there is no evidence to support them?
List some ways you can improve your clear thinking skills.
List some of the characteristics of arguments where there is a lack of application of clear thinking principles.
You have a very strong gut reaction relating to a decision you need to make. Should you go with it?
b. No, ignore it, and make the decision in a structured manner.
c. It depends. Is so, on what?
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