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It should be noted that this is one of the toughest professors I have ever been graded by. I felt like your last post and assignments you wrote were, “TOP NOTCH!!” He gave me a 12 out of a possible 25 points on the discussion forum and an 80% for the 4 page APA written essay. He goes strictly by the rubric and the posted questions. Not an easy class, and by far, not an easy A. Module 4: Discussion Forum

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Discerning Fallacies and Cognitive Biases in Our ThinkingDiscussion QuestionsA) Where do you see sociocentrism at work in your own thinking or the
thinking of those around you? Why is sociocentrism detrimental to
critical reasoning?B) As you think about your personal goals and aspirations, what
cognitive fallacies outlined by Wilke and Mata (2012) might impede your
growth? What active steps might you take to recognize and combat such
fallacious forms of thinking?Requirements for Discussion BoardsUse the required readings to analyze and engage the discussion board questions.Your initial post should be roughly 200 words (plus or minus 10%). Each subsequent post should be 100 words (plus or minus 10%).Include one or two scholarly sources that are not required or recommended for the HUM 101 course. The CSU-Global Library (Links to an external site.) is a good place to find these sources.Format your discussion, including all in-text citations and references, according to the CSU-Global Guide to Writing & APA (Links to an external site.).Each discussion board post (including follow-up posts) should include scholarly citations and references.ReferencePaul, R., & Elder, L. (2012). Critical Thinking: Tools for Taking Charge of Your Learning and Your Life (3rd edition). Boston: Pearson.RequiredChapters 7, 11, & 13 in Critical thinking: Tools for taking charge of your learning and your life (3rd ed.). Anonymous. (2015). Let’s think about cognitive bias. Nature, 526(7572), 163.Lau, J., & Chan, J. (2017). Fallacies. Retrieved from http://philosophy.hku.hk/think/fallacy/Lau, J., & Chan, J. (2017). Inductive reasoning. Retrieved from http://philosophy.hku.hk/think/arg/induction.phpWilke A., & Mata, R. (2012) Cognitive bias. Retrieved from https://adweb.clarkson.edu/~awilke/Research_files/EoHB_Wilke_12.pdfRecommendedCaputo, A. (2013). A literature review of cognitive biases in negotiation processes. International Journal of Conflict Management, 24(4), 374-398.

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HUM101 Critical Reasoning

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