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Thinking is a tremendously important skill that we require every single day of our lives. We have to think to learn skills, make decisions, form opinions, and come up with new ideas. Despite all this, most of us don’t truly understand thinking or know how to think properly. In this course, you’ll learn which physical and mental factors impact your thinking ability and how you can use these to your advantage to think better.
Once you’ve completed this course, you can apply the thinking techniques you’ve learned to get more out of all your future Highbrow courses!
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Teacher: David Urbansky
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“A very nice overview of a complex and important topic. Neither too superficial nor too in-depth, a great starting point for future research!”
Lesson 1. What Is Thinking?
Lesson 2. Thinking Fast and Slow
Lesson 3. Cognitive Biases
Lesson 4. Critical Thinking
Lesson 5. Mental Models
Lesson 6. Brain Gym
Lesson 7. Brain Waves
Lesson 8. Embodied Cognition
Episode 9. Brain Fuel
Lesson 10. Conclusion
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