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7 Critical Thinking Barriers and How to Overcome Them

7 Critical Thinking Barriers and How to Overcome Them

It's important to develop critical thinking skills for more than just academic reasons. Substantial critical thinking capacity serves us well in all aspects of our lives. It...

How to Boost Reading Comprehension With Reciprocal Teaching

How to Boost Reading Comprehension With Reciprocal Teaching

Reciprocal teaching is an instructional technique aimed at developing reading comprehension skills by gradually empowering the students to take on the role of the teacher....

What Do Atheists Want?

What Do Atheists Want?

December 10, 2014 What Do Atheists Want? Atheists are a diverse bunch, and we want different things. This is true even when it comes to the subject of religion. Some atheists...

Seminary Head Revokes Ph.D. Student’s Job and Tuition Money After Critical Tweet

Seminary Head Revokes Ph.D. Student’s Job and Tuition Money After Critical Tweet

As we posted earlier in the week, Paige Patterson, the former president of the Southern Baptist Convention and current president of the Southwestern Baptist Theological...

The Psychology of Conspiracy Theories: Why Do People Believe Them?

The Psychology of Conspiracy Theories: Why Do People Believe Them?

Conspiracy theories are as old as time but it’s only been in more recent years that psychologists have begun to unravel the belief that some people have in them. According to...

Moving Science’s Statistical Goalposts - CSI

Moving Science’s Statistical Goalposts - CSI

Skeptic Authors Steven Salzberg and Joe Nickell to Receive Balles Prize in Critical Thinking June 14, 2013 Forbes columnist Steven Salzberg and author-investigator Joe Nickell...

The making of a homeopath

The making of a homeopath

Lots of people are puzzled how healthcare professionals – some with sound medical training – can become convinced homeopaths. Having done part of this journey myself, I think I...

Moving Science’s Statistical Goal Posts - CSI

Moving Science’s Statistical Goal Posts - CSI

Skeptic Authors Steven Salzberg and Joe Nickell to Receive Balles Prize in Critical Thinking June 14, 2013 Forbes columnist Steven Salzberg and author-investigator Joe Nickell...

Enter the Skeptic Zone: An Interview with CSICon Speaker, Richard Saunders - CSI

Enter the Skeptic Zone: An Interview with CSICon Speaker, Richard Saunders - CSI

Forbes columnist Steven Salzberg and author-investigator Joe Nickell will each be awarded the 2012 Robert P. Balles Prize in Critical Thinking, to be presented by the Committee...

An Investigation of the Missing411 Conspiracy - CSI

An Investigation of the Missing411 Conspiracy - CSI

Forbes columnist Steven Salzberg and author-investigator Joe Nickell will each be awarded the 2012 Robert P. Balles Prize in Critical Thinking, to be presented by the Committee...

The March for Science - CSI

The March for Science - CSI

Forbes columnist Steven Salzberg and author-investigator Joe Nickell will each be awarded the 2012 Robert P. Balles Prize in Critical Thinking, to be presented by the Committee...

The Death of Expertise

The Death of Expertise

The Death of Expertise Length: 8 hrs and 40 mins Unabridged Audiobook 4.5 out of 5 stars 4.4 (410 ratings) Regular price: $26.59 A 30-day trial plus your first...