|Other Titles:||Effects of situational and individual variables on critical thinking expression|
|Authors:||田中, 優子 |
楠見, 孝 https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7968-2304 (unconfirmed)
|Author's alias:||Tanaka, Yuko|
|Abstract:||The present study examined when people decide to choose an expression that is based on critical thinking, and how situational and individual variables affect such a decision process. Given a conversation scenario including overgeneralization with two friends, participants decided whether to follow the conversation by a critical-thinking expression or not. The authors controlled purpose and topic as situational variables, and measured critical-thinking ability, critical-thinking disposition, and self-monitoring as individual variables. We conducted an experiment in which the situational variables were counterbalanced in a within-subject design with 60 university students. The results of logistic regression analysis showed differences within individuals in the decision process whether to choose a critical-thinking expression, and that some situational factors and some subscales of the individual measurements were related to the differences.|
|Rights:||© 2016 日本心理学会|
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