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Outline

Outline

Outline Go over the reading: summarize reactions Intro talk: the scientific method Concepts and frameworks we’ll use Examples from a few readings An overview of today’s lab Prep work and logistics for the lab Assignments, schedule changes, etc Science

By bernad
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FCAT Science Standard

FCAT Science Standard

FCAT Science Standard. Arianna Medina. SC.8.N.1.6 (Science, 8 th grade, Nature of Science, Lesson 1, Chapter 6).

By Rita
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Persuasive Speaking

Persuasive Speaking

Persuasive Speaking. Persuade: to motivate someone to do something or believe something. Logos: reasoning, logic (facts, statistics, comparisons, cause/effect relationships) Ethos: character/credibility of speaker Pathos: emotion, desires. 10 Emotional Motivations.

By libitha
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Preparing to Persuade: Reasoning and Logic

Preparing to Persuade: Reasoning and Logic

Preparing to Persuade: Reasoning and Logic. Aristotle’s “Proofs”. “ logos ” to describe logical evidence “ ethos ” to describe speaker credibility “ pathos ” to refer to emotion. Types of Reasoning : Inductive Reasoning. Draw specific inferences from broad facts.

By andrew
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Most arguments use a combination of inductive and deductive reasoning.

Most arguments use a combination of inductive and deductive reasoning.

Most arguments use a combination of inductive and deductive reasoning. Deductive and Inductive Reasoning PPT by Denise Gill Created using: Kirszner, Laurie G. and Stephen R. Mandell. Patterns for College Writing: A Rhetorical Reader and Guide. New York: Bedford St. Martins, 2003.

By Anita
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Formal Versus Informal Logic

Formal Versus Informal Logic

Formal Versus Informal Logic. Deductive Versus Inductive Forms of Reasoning. Two basic categories of human reasoning. Deduction: reasoning from general premises, which are known or presumed to be known, to more specific, certain conclusions.

By libitha
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Thinking and Intelligence Chapter 9

Thinking and Intelligence Chapter 9

Thinking and Intelligence Chapter 9. Thinking. mental manipulation of internal representations (of objects, situations, or activities) conscious subconscious nonconscious. Insight. Insight involves a sudden novel realization of a solution to a problem. Humans and animals have insight.

By paul
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IS Psychology A Science?

IS Psychology A Science?

IS Psychology A Science?. Issues & Debates. (PYA5). Is psychology a science?. All sciences share a common method of investigation. 1. Systematic empiricism (“data-driven”) 2. Production of public knowledge (“objectivity”) a) replication b) peer review

By omer
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Chapter 12

Chapter 12

Chapter 12. Reasoning and Decision Making. Deductive Reasoning : Going from a general statements ( Premises ) to particular cases. No new information is added. It is like Arithmetic. We use logical rules to compute conclusions that logically follow from the premises.

By khuyen
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The ageing Pilot

The ageing Pilot

The ageing Pilot . Average Age of Pilots USA. John M Miller Died in June 2008 aged 102 Still flying aged 101. Physical Changes. Strength and range of movements Posture and balance Sleep regulation / prostate problems Thermoregulation Vision Auditory. Strength and Motion.

By keiran
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Patterns and Inductive Reasoning

Patterns and Inductive Reasoning

Patterns and Inductive Reasoning. Geometry Mrs. Spitz Fall 2005. Objectives/Assignment:. Find and describe patterns. Use inductive reasoning to make real-life conjectures. Finding & Describing Patterns.

By davida
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1-1 Patterns and Inductive Reasoning

1-1 Patterns and Inductive Reasoning

1-1 Patterns and Inductive Reasoning. Inductive reasoning-. Reasoning that is based on patterns you observe. EX. Find the pattern for the sequence. Use the pattern to show the next two terms in the sequence. 4,8,16,32. Pattern:. Each term is two times the preceding term.

By evania
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1.1 Patterns and Inductive Reasoning

1.1 Patterns and Inductive Reasoning

1.1 Patterns and Inductive Reasoning. Chapter 1 Tools of Geometry. Inductive Reasoning: reasoning based on patterns you observe Conjecture: conclusion you reach using inductive reasoning Counterexample: an example that proves the conjecture wrong. Finding and Using a Pattern.

By fedora
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INDUCTIVE REASONING

INDUCTIVE REASONING

INDUCTIVE REASONING. We reason inductively when we reach a conclusion based on the observation of some pattern. Rapunzel lives in a tower. Her window is 16 feet above the ground. 16 feet. Rapunzel, Rapunzel let down thy hair!. It took exactly one second for the rabbit to land.

By ianthe
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NOTE: CORRECTION TO SYLLABUS FOR ‘HUME ON CAUSATION’

NOTE: CORRECTION TO SYLLABUS FOR ‘HUME ON CAUSATION’

NOTE: CORRECTION TO SYLLABUS FOR ‘HUME ON CAUSATION’. WEEK 6 Mon May 2: Hume on inductive reasoning --Hume, Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding , section 4 (pp.359-66) Wed May 4: Hume’s ‘skeptical solution’ --Hume, Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding , section 5 (pp.366-74)

By libba
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Understanding Knowledge

Understanding Knowledge

Understanding Knowledge. Overview. Definitions Cognition Expert Knowledge Human Thinking and Learning Implications for Management. Definitions. Knowledge: Understanding gained through experience or study “know-how”

By yves
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Chapter 8: Critical Thinking, the Nursing Process, and Clinical Judgment

Chapter 8: Critical Thinking, the Nursing Process, and Clinical Judgment

Chapter 8: Critical Thinking, the Nursing Process, and Clinical Judgment. Bonnie M. Wivell, MS, RN, CNS. Defining Critical Thinking. Facione and others (1990) Purposeful, self-regulatory judgment that results in interpretation, analysis, evaluation, and inference

By gada
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Language, Cognition and Cognitive Mastery

Language, Cognition and Cognitive Mastery

Language, Cognition and Cognitive Mastery. Logic and Reasoning. Logic is the science of thinking – although 2 people may think of the same thing but their conclusions may differ, one being logical and the other illogical.

By komala
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Patterns and Inductive Reasoning

Patterns and Inductive Reasoning

Patterns and Inductive Reasoning. BIG IDEA: REASONING AND PROOF ESSENTIAL UNDERSTANDINGS: Patterns in some number sequences and some sequences of geometric figures can be used to discover relationships. Conjectures are not valid unless they are proven true.

By malachi
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Chapter 2

Chapter 2

Chapter 2. Archaeology, Anthropology, Science, and the Humanities. Chapter Outline . So What’s An Anthropological Approach? The Culture Concept in Anthropology Scientific and Humanistic Approaches in Archaeology Conclusion: Scientist or Humanist?. An Anthropological Approach.

By taylor
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