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Module 2

Thinking Critically With Psychological Science

TermDefinition
Hindsight Bias The tendency to believe, after learning an outcome, that one would have foreseen it. (Also known as the I-knew-it-all-along phenomenon.)
Critical Thinking Thinking that does not blindly accept arguments and conclusions. Rather, it examines assumptions, discerns hidden values, evaluates evidence, and assesses conclusions.
Culture The enduring behaviors, ideas, attitudes, values, and traditions shared by a group of people and transmitted from one generation to the next.
Informed Consent An ethical principle that research participants be told enough to enable them to choose whether they wish to participate.
Debriefing The postexperimental explanation of a study, including its purpose and any deceptions, to its participants.