Critical Thinking Assessment Ennis



‘Probably’ (in press). In David Hitchcock and Bart Verheij (Eds.), Arguing on the Toulmin model. Amsterdam: Springer. Pp. 129-146.

Investigating and assessing multiple-choice critical thinking tests. (in press). Jan Sobocan and Leo Groarke (Eds.), Critical Thinking, Education and Assessment. London, Ontario: Althouse Press.

‘Probable’ and ‘Probability’. To appear in Robert Pinto and Hans Hansen (Eds.), Festschrift for J. Anthony Blair and Ralph Johnson.


Published Articles:

Ennis, R. H. (2004). Applying soundness standards to qualified reasoning. Informal Logic, 24, 1, 23-39.

Ennis, R. H. (2003).Critical thinking assessment. In Fasko, Dan (Ed.), Critical thinking and reasoning: Current theories, research, and practice. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton.

Ennis, R. H. (2002). Goals for a critical thinking curriculum and its assessment. In Arthur L. Costa (Ed.), Developing minds(3rd Edition). Alexandria, VA: ASCD. Pp. 44-46.

Ennis, R. H. (2001). Argument appraisal strategy: A comprehensive approach. Informal Logic,21.2 (2), 97-140.

Ennis, R. H. (1998).  Is critical thinking culturally biased? Teaching Philosophy, 21, 1 (March), 15-33.



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