Jul 28, 2019
This course is great! I recommend it to anyone who wants to be able to reason better and have more capabilities in making decisions. Thank you Dr. Nisbett and Coursera for providing this course.
Apr 7, 2020
Anyone beginner can take this course and be 100 times more understanding of information via any media while also perhaps understanding what is the best choice in some give scenario IRL.
By Andrii G•
Dec 27, 2022
Changes are constant. Critical Thinking is more important in the age of information overloading and AI-automatization technologies. Your brain is a super complex muscle: no train, no gain. Work on complexity of your thought! This post was created without help of GPT3 😁
By Domantas Ž•
Nov 1, 2020
Very light and easy course to deepen your understanding about critical thinking in the real world. Easy to get into, assignments are very easy, but the lectures have a lot of useful information and are very accessible to any people with any educational background.
By Alexandre Z R•
Apr 25, 2017
This course was very successful in bring to light many concepts we need to carefully understand to don't evaluate everyday problems. It's based on explanatory examples that are much more acessible to everyone that complex mathematical notations. It worth to do.
By Sharena R•
Jun 10, 2017
Thanks, Dr. Nisbett! This was my first Coursera course, and I am happy that I came across it when I was planning on reading the book "Mindware" anyway. I enjoyed the book very much and took this course as a companion to the book, rather than vice versa.
By Belinda K•
May 13, 2021
Very informative, and even as a psychology student who has encountered many of these statistical and cognitive concepts before, I feel like I have learned a lot of useful skills that can be applied in everyday decision-making scenarios.
By Deepali D•
Apr 23, 2020
Extremely insightful with great examples and applicability in daily life. Special take away for me is the statistics on mean and deviation from the mean and probability also the standard 2 *2 table to best judge based on data available.
By LOO S T•
Jan 2, 2022
A course highly recommended for any students on this information age. What we truly need to critically process all the information given to us each day. Thank you Professor Nisbett. Enjoyed the course and the book.
By Arya D•
Apr 9, 2020
The course and the instructor is really amazing. The knowledge gained through this course can be applied to academic as well as personal life which is very impressive about this course. Thank you Mr. Richard Nisbett!
By Aravindh C•
Sep 27, 2018
Stick through the entire course and you'll definitely be better at making decisions. The first videos I saw I was a bit bored, but the questions, simulations etc was nourishment to the mind. Thank you, Prof Nisbett.
By Christopher S M•
May 11, 2018
Loved the course! It is a comprehensive review for those of us working with data every day. The pace of the course provides a comprehensive refresher of the fundamentals of critical thinking, logic, and reasoning.
Feb 8, 2022
It was a great lecture. I learned how important statistical thinking is in choosing, making decisions, and solving problems. There is a mindware book as a reference, so I received a lot of help reading it together.
By Seweryn M•
Apr 8, 2020
An interesting and engaging course. Extends the picture of many issues. Comprehensive and optimal in terms of time and content. I recommend to everyone, regardless of the profession. Sympathetic lecturer. Regards!
By Anh G•
Aug 22, 2020
This course is great. I've found the way to think about many problems around me, such as what the best thing to buy when I have many choices. The teacher has many example for me to understand the course easier.
Nov 4, 2020
Its good introduction to critical thinking,doesnt teaches you everything but definitely motivates you to learn more about the material,and there is no boring stuff so you will probably end up learning more.
By Heber H B M•
Jul 29, 2019
Hace tiempo que venía buscando un curso sobre pensamiento crítico. Este curso es muy bueno, no sólo porque provee de herramientas para razonar, sino también por las explicaciones y los ejemplos que se dan.
Sep 19, 2019
This course was very useful. It went over concepts which come in handy when we are sifting through the bombardment of information in our current age which we need to process to arrive at sound decisions.
By Елена В•
Sep 4, 2020
This course will be very useful both in school and in life. Concentration of super-useful ideas and knowledge that can greatly simplify our life and improve the quality of our judgments and decisions.
By Eija B•
Sep 4, 2021
I learned a lot from this course, concepts that I will be able to use in my everyday life to filter information better. Thank you Professor and University of Michigan!
By Taufiq F A•
Oct 10, 2021
I benefited a lot from this course because it is easy to convey the information, really an achievement that deserves thanks to the organizers of this training course
By Sucharita R P•
Jul 10, 2017
Excellent course. I learnt a lot from this course. It has changed my thinking and I hope to be able to use it in making decisions both at home as well as at work.
By Phương K•
Aug 3, 2022
this course has a lot of specific examples for each tools of thinking; should be a must taken course for anyone who wants to learn how to think about the world
By Zoulfia T•
Sep 11, 2021
That was great, I'll need to come back to this course after because there is a lot of things and I need to review it. I recommend this course to everyone!!!!
By Rita J•
Mar 22, 2021
This was an excellent course and I highly recommend it to anyone looking to further their understanding of critical thinking for the new information age.
By Manuel O A•
Jul 11, 2019
Thanks for the course, very illuminating. Our society needs to educate his Mindware to be better, especially now with the environmental crisis in we are.
By Edwin G C•
Jun 17, 2020
I have learned a lot and I am inspired to learn more. Thank you so much, University of Michigan, Coursera, and to the very insightful Professor Nesbitt.