Answered By: Emily Dahlen
Last Updated: Apr 27, 2016     Views: 1682

Critical thinking involves evaluating, analyzing, comparing, contrasting, and synthesizing information by using logic and problem solving skills while maintaining an objective perspective on a topic.

Critical thinking is often expressed in one’s ability to create strong arguments. See a more in-depth description on the Academic Skills Center's critical thinking page.

 

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