Critical Thinking

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Critical thinking is a way in which we can solve problems and be able to make a decision based upon research and conclusion. There should be first questions asked about the problem and then understanding the problem based upon the answers from the questions.

How is critical thinking beneficial in the decision making process?
By gathering as much information concerning the problem issue, and using thoughts and ideas from several sources, a critical thinker can then understand the full problem at hand. In this way a conclusion can be drawn that is an effective solution that is well thought out and is beneficial to all involved that does not hurt the dignity of the person making the decision. A person can also be able to get others to understand the reason why the decision was made.

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