Laura Kray & Philip Tetlock, The Power of Counterfactual Thinking - Haas School

According to new research by management professors Laura Kray and Philip Tetlock, at the Haas School, UC Berkeley, counterfactual thinking -- considering a t...

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Comment by Lee Clark on March 24, 2010 at 8:56
This is a useful resource which I shall be using in my own teaching this week - so thank you for sharing. The critical thinking skills it couterfactual thinking promotes are integral to the Reflective Process. Explorations of counterfactual thinking are very evident in literacture and art is it not? 'A Simple Twist of Fate' which is based on Hardy's Silas Marner comes to mind initially.
Comment by Edward Flagg on March 8, 2010 at 10:37
This deserves more than one viewing, not only for our students' sake, but for our own as we grow as education professionals.

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