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Content description VCCCTM051

Critical and Creative Thinking / Levels 9 and 10 / Meta-Cognition
Content description
Critically examine their own and others thinking processes and discuss factors that influence thinking, including cognitive biases
  1. discussing examples of common cognitive biases and how to mitigate for these, such as confirmation bias, for example in the context of identifying sources when undertaking research; framing bias, for example in the context of advertising; clustering illusion, for example in the context of evaluation of gambling decisions
  2. researching, comparing and reflecting on thinking processes used by professionals in a range of areas, such as artists, designers and writers; academics; or political decision-making bodies
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