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Metathinking: Advanced Critical Thinking – Learning Hub

This page provides supporting information for “Metathinking: Advanced Critical Thinking”    This session is presented in different lengths and formats, so please be aware that some of the information provided here may not have been part of the session you attended.

Session Documents

Access the session slides, complete the course evaluation, and review the program description

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Psychometric Assessments

Psychological tests and assessments are reviewed in this session for discussion and demonstration purposes.  Passwords are required after you click the buttons as follows:   Personal Need for Structure -pns-(password is pns) .   Empathy Assessment (password is emp) .  Psychopathy assessment (password is psy)

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Media related to the session:

 

Dr. Groves’ Scientific Study on Expert Auditor Reasoning: The Effects of Dynamic Metacognitive Prompts on Expert Auditor Reasoning Efficacy

 

Listen to the 2012 NPR Story by Peabody award winning journalist Alix Spiegel and Chana Joffe-Walt: The Psychology of Fraud: Why Good People do Bad Things

 Six years after the story originally ran, NPR’s public editor wrote an opinion piece correlated with corrections to the story.  The corrections were incorrect and raised attention from media ethics watchdogs and the Society of Professional Journalists.   iMedia ethics provided and excellent story about it that you can find here – NPR De-Indexes Public Editor’s Blogpost, Update and Corrects 2018 Correction

Planet MoneyPlanet Money – The Economy Explained  — Episode 363: Why People Do Bad Things

 

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