Actively Open-Minded Thinking in Adolescents: A Predictor of Rational Thinking

Name: Emillie Thuy-Linh Vu Collaborators Name(s): Ying Kalin Mo, Joshua T. Rubenstein, Christiane Marie Canillo, Maggie E. Toplak Program & Year: Psychology, 4th year Project Type: Empirical Study

Name: Emillie Thuy-Linh Vu

Collaborators Name(s): Ying Kalin Mo, Joshua T. Rubenstein, Christiane Marie Canillo, Maggie E. Toplak

Program & Year: Psychology, 4th year

Project Type: Empirical Study

One thought on “Actively Open-Minded Thinking in Adolescents: A Predictor of Rational Thinking

  1. I think it’s interesting to do this research on young adults, as I’m thinking it’s a time period where you’re likely to see more and more ideologies in the world, and yet get more confused which may have vastly different outcomes, such as planting your feet further in your beliefs and not opening yourself up to further spectacle (though these outcomes may be true for older adults as well).

    Fascinating topic overall!

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