Empirical evidence is the evidence gathered by careful observation and experimentation.

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Empirical evidence is the evidence
gathered by careful observation and experimentation.

 

 

2. Empirical evidence is the evidence
gathered by a careful reflection on one’s personal experiences.

 

 

3. Real psychology differs from
popular psychology in that it is based on the opinions of learned scientists.

 

 

4. Psychobabble refers to how infants
as young as seven months can derive simple linguistic rules from a string of sounds.

 

5. Psychobabble is a pseudoscience
covered by a veneer of psychological language.

 

 

6. Belief in the paranormal is
uncommon in scientifically advanced countries.

 

 

 

7. The key to whether or not a
psychological finding is important is whether or not the finding is surprising.

 

 

 

 

8. Critical thinking is defined as the
ability to assess claims and make judgments on the basis of well- supported reasons and evidence.

 

 

9. Critical thinkers are able to look
for flaws in arguments.

 

10. Critical thinking is also referred to
as negative thinking.

 

11. Critical thinkers realize that all
opinions are created equal.

 

12. Critical thinkers realize that
everybody’s beliefs are as good as everybody else’s.

 

13. Open-mindedness implies that all
opinions are created equal.

 

 

14. Critical thinkers are willing to
accept “received wisdom.”

 

 

15. Assumptions are beliefs that are taken
for granted.

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