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- These attitudes include curiosity, honesty in the recording and validation of data, flexibility, persistence, open-mindedness, willingness to tolerate uncertainty, and an acceptance of the provisional nature of scientific explanation. These are the features that characterise scientific thinking.
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Now this well-received booklet has been updated to incorporate the important developments in science ethics of the past 6 years and includes updated examples and material from the landmark volume Responsible Science (National Academy Press, 1992).
Apr 7, 2020 · science political science The Scientific Attitude The Scientific Attitude Defending Science from Denial, Fraud, and Pseudoscience by Lee McIntyre $17.95 Paperback Hardcover eBook 296 pp., 6 x 9 in, 1 graph Paperback 9780262538930 Published: April 7, 2020 Publisher: The MIT Press MIT Press Bookstore Penguin Random House Amazon Barnes and Noble
Aug 4, 2020 · An example is represented by the so-called “cognitive biases”—systematic mistakes that individuals make when they try to think rationally, and which lead to erroneous or inaccurate conclusions. People can easily overestimate the relevance of their own behaviors and choices.
Oct 8, 2019 · Introduction This article explores attitudes towards science in letters to the editor in two Dutch national newspapers. It aims to move beyond the identification of attributes of certain social groups that affect their attitude, and towards the identification of perceived attributes of science that might affect attitudes.
- Stefan P.L. de Jong, Elena Ketting, Leonie van Drooge
We assess the current empirical evidence regarding the outcomes of science literacy for individuals, including evidence on the association between science literacy and attitudes towards, perceptions of, and support for science and the relationship between science literacy, health literacy, and behaviors (particularly behaviors related to health).