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Author Gambrill, Eileen
Title Critical Thinking for Helping Professionals : A Skills-Based Workbook
Imprint Cary : Oxford University Press USA - OSO, 2009
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Edition 3rd ed
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Note Intro -- Contents -- PART 1 INTRODUCTION: THE ROLE OF CRITICAL THINKING IN THE HELPING PROFESSIONS AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO EVIDENCE-INFORMED PRACTICE -- Exercise 1 Making Decisions About Intervention -- Exercise 2 Reviewing Your Beliefs About Knowledge -- PART 2 RECOGNIZING PROPAGANDA IN HUMAN-SERVICES ADVERTISING: THE IMPORTANCE OF QUESTIONING CLAIMS -- Exercise 3 Evaluating Human-Services Advertisements -- Exercise 4 Does Scaring Youth Help Them "Go Straight"?: Applying Principles of Reasoning, Decision Making, and Evaluation -- PART 3 FALLACIES AND PITFALLS IN PROFESSIONAL DECISION MAKING: WHAT THEY ARE AND HOW TO AVOID THEM -- Exercise 5 Using the Professional Thinking Form -- Exercise 6 Reasoning-in-Practice Game A: Common Practice Fallacies -- Exercise 7 Reasoning-in-Practice Game B: Group and Interpersonal Dynamics -- Exercise 8 Reasoning-in-Practice Game C: Cognitive Biases -- Exercise 9 Preparing a Fallacies Film Festival -- Exercise 10 Fallacy Spotting in Professional Contexts -- Exercise 11 Avoiding Group Think -- PART 4 EVIDENCE-INFORMED DECISION MAKING -- Exercise 12 Applying the Steps in Evidence-Based Practice -- Exercise 13 Working in Interdisciplinary Evidence-Based Teams 1 -- Exercise 14 Working in Evidence-Based Teams 2 -- Exercise 15 Preparing Critically Appraised Topics (CAT) -- Exercise 16 Involving Clients as Informed Participants -- Exercise 17 Asking Hard Questions -- Exercise 18 Evaluating Agency Services -- PART 5 CRITICALLY APPRAISING DIFFERENT KINDS OF RESEARCH -- Exercise 19 Evaluating Effectiveness Studies: How Good Is the Evidence? -- Exercise 20 Critically Appraising Research Reviews: How Good Is the Evidence? -- Exercise 21 Critically Appraising Self-Report Measures -- Exercise 22 Estimating Risk and Making Predictions -- Exercise 23 Evaluating Diagnostic Tests -- Exercise 24 Evaluating Classification Systems
Exercise 25 Evaluating Research Regarding Causes -- PART 6 REVIEWING DECISIONS -- Exercise 26 Reviewing Intervention Plans -- Exercise 27 Critical Thinking as a Guide to Making Ethical Decisions -- Exercise 28 Critically Appraising Arguments -- Exercise 29 Error as Process: Templating, Justification, and Ratcheting -- Exercise 30 Critically Appraising Case Records -- Exercise 31 Critically Appraising Service Agreements -- Exercise 32 Claim Buster: Spotting, Describing, and Evaluating Claims -- PART 7 IMPROVING EDUCATIONAL AND PRACTICE ENVIRONMENTS -- Exercise 33 Encouraging a Culture of Thoughtfulness -- Exercise 34 Evaluating the Teaching of Critical Thinking Skills -- Exercise 35 Forming a Journal Club -- Exercise 36 Encouraging Continued Self-Development Regarding the Process of Evidence-Informed Practice -- Exercise 37 Increasing Self-Awareness of Personal Obstacles to Critical Thinking -- Glossary -- A -- C -- E -- F -- H -- K -- L -- N -- P -- Q -- R -- S -- T -- References -- Index -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- Q -- R -- S -- T -- U -- V -- W
PART 1 CRITICAL THINKING: WHAT IT IS AND WHY IT IS IMPORTANT. Introduction: The Role of Critical Thinking in the Helping Professions. Exercise 1 Making Decisions About Intervention. Exercise 2 Reviewing Your Beliefs About Knowledge. PART 2 RECOGNIZING PROPAGANDA IN HUMAN SERVICES ADVERTISING. Exercise 3 Evaluating Human-Services Advertisements. Exercise 4 Does Scaring Youth Help Them "Go Straight"?: Applying Principles of Reasoning, Inference, Decision Making, and Evaluation. PART 3 FALLACIES AND PITFALLS IN PROFESSIONAL DECISION MAKING. Exercise 5 Using the Professional Thinking Form. Exercise 6 Reasoning-in -Practice Game A: Reasoning-in -Practice Game A: Common Practice Fallacies. Exercise 7 Reasoning-in-Practice Game B: Group and Interpersonal Dynamics. Exercise 8 Reasoning-in-Practice Game C: Cognitive Biases in Practice. Exercise 9 Preparing a Fallacies Film Festival. Exercise 10 Fallacy Spotting in Professional Contexts. Exercise 11 Avoiding Group Think. PART 4 EVIDENCE-INFORMED DECISION MAKING. Exercise 12 Applying the Steps in Evidence-Based Practice. Exercise 13 Working in Interdisciplinary Evidence-Based Teams 1. Exercise 14 Working in Evidence-Based Teams 2. Exercise 15 Preparing Critically Appraisal Topics (CATs). Exercise 16 Involving Clients as Informed Participants. Exercise 17 Asking Hard Questions. Exercise 18 Evaluating An Agency's Services. PART 5 CRITICALLY APPRAISING DIFFERENT KINDS OF RESEARCH REPORTS AND MEASURES. Exercise 19 Evaluating Effectiveness Studies. Exercise 20 Critically Appraising Research Reviews. Exercise 21 Critically Appraising Self-Report Measures. Exercise 22 Estimating Risk and Making Predictions. Exercise 23 Evaluating Diagnostic Tests. Exercise 24 Evaluating Classification Systems. Exercise 25 Evaluating Research Regarding Causes. PART 6 REVIEWING DECISIONS. Exercise 26 Reviewing Intervention Plans
Exercise 27 Critical Thinking as a Guide to making Ethical Decisions. Exercise 28 Critically Appraising Arguments. Exercise 29 Error as Process: Templating, Justification, and Ratcheting. Exercise 30 Thinking Critically About Case Records. Exercise 31 Critically Appraising Service Agreements. Exercise 32 Claim Buster: Spotting, Describing and Evaluating Claims. PART 7 IMPROVING EDUCATIONAL AND PRACTICE ENVIRONMENTS. Exercise 33 Encouraging a Culture of Thoughtfulness. Exercise 34 Evaluating the Teaching of Critical Thinking. Exercise 35 Forming a Journal Club. Exercise 36 Encouraging Continued Self-Development Regarding the Process of Evidence-Informed Practice. Exercise 37 Increasing Self-Awareness of Personal Obstacles to Critical Thinking
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Gambrill, Eileen Critical Thinking for Helping Professionals : A Skills-Based Workbook Cary : Oxford University Press USA - OSO,c2009 9780195330953
Subject Critical thinking -- Problems, exercises, etc.;Critical thinking -- Study and teaching.;Professional employees -- Decision making -- Problems, exercises, etc.;Decision making -- Study and teaching.;Human services personnel -- Decision making -- Problems, exercises, etc
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