Master Cognitive Biases and Improve Your Critical Thinking
Upgrade Your Mindware! Master Cognitive Biases and Learn New Strategies to Improve the Quality of Your Thinking
12 reviews for Master Cognitive Biases and Improve Your Critical Thinking
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Aung Aung Phyo Wai –
realized that cognitive biases are everywhere in our daily life that negatively affect what we’re doing. Interesting to learn how to avoid such situations are valuable
SAMIA ALADAS –
Yes, I wasn’t sure what cognitive biases were all about and now my mind has been opened up to learning about them and recognizing them! It’s fascinating!
Juan Ageitos –
Porque explica conceptos difíciles de una manera fácil de comprender, dialoga con el estudiante, es un gran profesor
Marie-Thin Hagberg –
Interesting topic. Cognitive bias will always be a part of us, but improving your critical thinking and being open-minded will contribute to a better world 🙂
I wished the instructor would touch upon cognitive bias in different occupations, give more examples, but maybe that could be done in a separate course. A course about cognitive bias & risk perception would also be interesting.
Thank you for this course!
Patricia Griffith –
Most all of examples you showed in the business industry to eliminate cognitive bias I saw as a regular practice in the business industry at one time or another. It is always good to get a refresher of the things people need to use in their everyday life It was safe. I was hoping you hear about your thoughts of cognitive bias for things outside of the workforce since there seems to be an uptick in those biases in the media for instance. Overall it was interesting.
Priyanshu Behl –
The course was very theoretical, could have been more interesting with case studies and real life events and examples.
Blanca Bueno Lucena –
Fue un curso muy completo e interesante. Me gusta que explique los conceptos con ejemplos, ya que queda mucho más claro.
Yakeem Jones –
This course is a good match for me. I’m learning and acknowledging my biases and more importantly learning how to examine and investigate my viewpoints to identify any bias, make the necessary adjustments and make better more effective decisions.
Smitha Nazare –
A good starting point to understand about biases that exist and how to identify them during critical thinking
Liza Pieters –
Very informative, with good example to explain the different types of biases.
Karl Alspach –
This is an interesting topic on how to reverse engineer my thought processes.
I can certainly remember bias examples of this in my own experience. It is my hope that I will recognize these traps in the future and how to avoid them.
This is the best course of the certification upon which I am working!! Very informative and provocative and so well researched with concrete examples. I strongly recommend this course for anyone who works in a business or education setting.