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L i s te n to T h e A B M P Po d c a s t a t a b m m /p o d c a s t s o r w h e reve r yo u a cce s s yo u r favo r i te p o d c a s t s 63 Resources Barshay, Jill. "Scientifi c Research on How to Teach Critical Thinking Contradicts Education Trends." The Hechinger Report. September 2019. scientifi c-research-on-how-to-teach-critical-thinking- contradicts-education-trends. Bissell, Ahrash N. and Paula P. Lemons. "A New Method for Assessing Critical Thinking in the Classroom." BioScience 56, no. 1 (January 2006): 66 –72. 3568(2006)056[0066:ANMFAC]2.0.CO;2. Campbell, Joycelyn. "Intuition: Knowing Without Knowing How We Know." Farther to Go! November 12, 2014. www. Contributing Blogger. "Yes, We Can Defi ne, Teach, and Assess Critical Thinking Skills (Opinion)." Education Week. November 28, 2017. yes-we-can-defi ne-teach-and-assess-critical-thinking- skills/2017/11. Glaser, Edward M. "Defi ning Critical Thinking." In An Experiment in the Development of Critical Thinking. 1941. Accessed March 2021, from The Foundation for Critical Thinking. ning-critical- thinking/766. International Fact-Checking Network. "IFCN Code of Principles." 2021. Milam, Sam. "How to Develop Critical Thinking Skills." SUCCESS. November 3, 2017. develop-critical-thinking-skills. National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. "Study Quality Assessment Tools." Accessed March 2021. www.nhlbi.nih. gov/health-topics/study-quality-assessment-tools. Paul, Richard. "Critical Thinking: Basic Questions & Answers." Think. April 1992. thinking-basic-questions-amp-answers/409. Sterling, Felicia G. "How Do We Know What We Know?" Scientifi c American Blog. November 24, 2019. https://blogs. scientifi what-we-know. The Decision Lab. "Cognitive Biases." 2021. Tomaszewski, Michael. "Critical Thinking Skills: Defi nition, Examples and How to Improve." Zety Blog. February 10, 2021. Willingham, Daniel. "How to Teach Critical Thinking." Education: Future Frontiers Occasional Paper Series (June 2019): 17. Ruth Werner is a former massage therapist, a writer, and an NCBTMB-approved continuing education provider. She wrote A Massage Therapist's Guide to Pathology (available at, now in its seventh edition, which is used in massage schools worldwide. Werner is available at or SCAN AND WATCH "Think About Thinking . . . Then Act"

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