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PHL 111 Module 1-2 Module One Exam
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PHL 111 Module 1-2 Module One Exam

1.
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___________ consists of a collection of skills we use every day that are necessary for our full intellectual and personal development.

Analysis
Logic
Critical thinking
Communication


2.
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A belief based solely on personal feelings rather than on reason or facts is called a(n)


induction
conclusion
deduction
opinion


3.
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A patient’s insistence on antibiotics to treat his/her viral infection is an example of a(n)


confirmation bias
uninformed opinion
method of doubt
ethnocentric conclusion


4.
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A primary goal of critical thinking is learning to take a stand on a controversial issue.

True
False


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A primary goal of critical thinking is learning to examine assumptions and evidence put forth in support of a position before forming a conclusion.

True
False


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Tolerance for ambiguity and reflective skepticism are considered barriers to critical thinking.

True
False



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Being an autonomous thinker makes it less likely that you will blindly follow orders or give into peer pressure.

True
False



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Becoming immersed in a good book, movie, or play is referred to as

suspension of disbelief
suspension of belief
method of doubt
tolerance of ambiguity


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According to the text, which of the following does not contribute to one’s ability to think critically?

stage of cognitive development
ability to communicate effectively
willingness to learn collaboratively
ability to form strong opinions


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Students come to recognize that there is uncertainty in the world and that authorities can have different positions. According to the text, some educators have called this period of disorientation and doubting all answers

the nexus.
sophomoritis.
freshmanitis.
the matrix.

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