Effective thinking is not just an inborn talent whose effectiveness is measured on tests. Indeed, scores on IQ tests predict only about 10% of the difference in performance between people in thinking situations. Psychology research suggests that there is a three-part formula to effective thinking. The most agile thinkers have good habits that allow them to maximize the quality of their knowledge and to use that knowledge when they need it. In this webinar, Dr. Markman will explore the research behind these aspects of effective thinking and will provide specific tips to develop new thinking habits and to make the people around you smarter.
- Our thought and memory capacity is organized around 3 items at a time.
- We can turning understanding causes into more powerful thinking that help us re-use old ideas in new situations so as to be consistently more creative.
- To improve the quality of what we remember by actively managing the quality of what we learn.
- Duration: 00:55:15
- Date: 04/27/2017
- EIC Status: Submitted
- CMP-IS Domain: A. Strategic Planning
- Clock Hours: 1.0