Critical Thinking and Emotional Well-Being

Inquiry 20 (3):39-51 (2001)
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I describe some pedagogical challenges of teaching critical thinking, and propose one way of partly meeting them: the application of critical thinking skills to beliefs responsible for our emotions. I suggest ways of introducing the topic of emotions in our critical thinking courses, describe a project assigned to my students, and provide a model of the project
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DOI 10.5840/inquiryctnews200120319
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