Critical thinking focuses on thought: it looks at how facts are proven, arguments are formed, conclusions are reached, not just what the facts, argument or conclusion may be. Critical thinking is selfreflexive: it involves reflecting on, questioning and testing your own thinking processes. How can the answer be improved?
Insight Assessment test instruments are calibrated to objectively measure the skills and mindset characteristic of strong critical thinkers. Our validated group and individual reports provide comprehensive analysis of strengths and weaknesses in essential aspects of good thinking. Critical Thinkers UNcritical Thinkers" Are interested in other people's ideas, so are willing to read and listen attentively, even when they tend to disagree with the other person.
" " Are preoccupied with self and their own opinions, and so are unwilling to pay attention to others' views.