The Nature of Reasoning
Jacqueline P. Leighton, Robert J. Sternberg
Cambridge University Press, Nov 3, 2003 - Psychology - 482 pages
Reasoning to the mind is like breathing to the lungs. We are constantly doing it, but rarely take notice. If it fails, however, we are paralyzed. Imagine being unable to infer conclusions from a conversation or being unable to reach a solution to an important life problem. This book focuses on how people draw conclusions from information and discusses the roles that the brain, our memory, and our knowledge play in drawing conclusions in everyday life.
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