this is the quiz i been talking about

1.

The credibility of a judgment depends on the criteria used to make the judgment and the evidence or reasons that support the criteria.

(Points : 4)  True

 False

Question 2. 2.

The educator Benjamin Bloom identified seven categories of questions to use in compiling information about personal issues.

(Points : 4)

 True
 False

Question 3. 3.

In critically examining the beliefs of others, you should pursue the same goals of accuracy and breadth that you seek when examining beliefs based on your personal experience.

(Points : 4)

 True
 False

Question 4. 4.

Research reveals high achieving people are able to envision a detailed picture of their future with goals and aspirations clearly inscribed and low achievers live in the present and the past.

(Points : 4)

 True
 False

Question 5. 5.

The Greek philosopher Socrates cautioned, “The unexamined life is not worth living.”

(Points : 4)

 True
 False

Question 6. 6.

You should be aware that even though in theory facts and inferences can be distinguished, in practice it is almost impossible to communicate with others by sticking only to factual observations.  For that reason, the majority of our communication is based on inferences and not fact.

(Points : 4)

 True
 False

Question 7. 7.

The quality of your life can be traced in large measure to your competence as a problem solver.

(Points : 4)

 True
 False

Question 8. 8.

Once one has rejected the dogmatic, authoritarian limitations of the œGarden of Eden style of thinking, he or she usually becomes highly skeptical of information coming from unknown sources.

(Points : 4)

 True
 False

Question 9. 9.

The idea of knowing is the ability to distinguish beliefs supported by strong reasons or evidence from beliefs for which there is less support, as well as from beliefs disproved by evidence to the contrary.

(Points : 4)

 True
 False

Question 10. 10.

Solving a problem begins with determining the importance of the problem.  If a situation is of little importance, you can table the problem until such time as you can go back and solve it.

(Points : 4)

 True
 False

Question 11. 11. Taking knowledge learned in a previous situation and applying that knowledge to other situations is a reflection of application.  (Points : 4)

 True
 False

Question 12. 12.

You know you have thought through your ideas and beliefs when you are able to explain them.

(Points : 4)

 True
 False

Question 13. 13.

A critical thinker is one who has developed a knowledgeable understanding of our complex world.

(Points : 4)

 True
 False

Question 14. 14.

Active learners expand their knowledge by integrating new information into their existing knowledge.

(Points : 4)

 True
 False

Question 15. 15. For most important problems, one viewpoint is not adequate to provide a full understanding. (Points : 4)

 True
 False