Critical Thinking

Topic:

Critical Thinking and Hermeneutics

Reference:

 

Richardson, F. C. & Slife, B. D. (2011).  Critical thinking in social and psychological inquiry.  Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology, 31 (3), 165 - 172.

Topic:

Critical Thinking as Disciplinary Practice

Reference:

 

Yanchar, S. C., Slife, B. D., & Warne, R. (2008).  Critical thinking as disciplinary practice.  Review of General Psychology, 12 (3), 265 - 281.

Topic:

Evaluating theory: Dualist and Nondualist approaches to truth

Reference:

 

Slife, B. D. & Richardson, M. (2009).  Evaluating the philosophies of theory-building in case studies.  Pragmatic Case Studies in Psychotherapy, 5 (3), 108 - 125.

Topic:

Jamesian Pluralism in Psychology

Reference:

 

Wendt, D. & Slife, B. D. (2009).  Recent calls for Jamesian pluralism in the natural and social sciences:  Will psychology heed the call?  Journal of Mind and Behavior, 30 (3), 185 - 204.

Topic:

Legacy of James in Psychology

Reference:

 

Slife, B. D. (2009).  The modern legacy of James’ A Pluralistic Universe.  Journal of Mind and Behavior, 30 (3), 103 - 106.

Topic:

Teaching Critical Thinking

Reference:

 

Yanchar, S. & Slife, B. D. (2004).  Teaching critical thinking by examining assumptions: An instructional framework. Teaching of Psychology, 31 (2), 85 - 90

Topic:

The Educational Purpose of the Taking Sides Series

Reference:

 

Slife, B. D. (2013).  The educational purpose of the Taking Sides series.  Approaching Taking Sides.  New York:  McGraw-Hill.

Topic:

​​Thinking Critically about Critical Thinking

Reference:

 

Slife, B. D., Yanchar, S. C., Reber, J. S. (2005).  Thinking critically about critical thinking.  In B. D. Slife, J. S. Reber, & F.C. Richardson (Eds.), Critical thinking about psychology:  Hidden assumptions and plausible alternatives.  Pp. 3 - 14.  Washington, D. C.:  American Psychological Association Press.