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As a critical thinker, what habit is most likely to keep you from basing your conclusions on poor research?
A) examine assumptions and biases
B) examine the nature and source of the evidence
C) tolerate ambiguity
D) avoid overly emotional thinking
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Psychological Science: Modeling Scientific Literacy


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Rationale: While all of the options are important skills, the reason critical thinkers are encouraged to examine the nature and source of evidence is specifically to avoid basing conclusions on unreliable or poor evidence.

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