Publications on Critical Thinking Theory
A Cognitive Model of Critical Thinking
Cohen, M.S., Freeman, J.T. and Wolf, Steve (1996). Metarecognition in time-stressed decision making: Recognizing, critiquing, and correcting. Human Factors, 38(2), 206-219.
Cohen, M.S., Freeman, J.T. and Thompson, B.B. (1998). Critical Thinking Skills in Tactical Decision Making: A Model and A Training Method. (Canon-Bowers, J. and E. Salas, eds.), Decision-Making Under Stress: Implications for Training & Simulation. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association Publications.
Cohen, M. S., & Thompson, B. B. (2001). Training Teams to Take Initiative: Critical Thinking in Novel Situations. In E. Salas (Ed.), Advances in Cognitive Engineering and Human Performance Research, Vol. 1. Oxford, UK: JAI / Elsevier.
Cohen, M.S., Thompson, B.B.,Adelman, L., Bresnick, T.A. Lokendra Shastri, & Riedel (2000). Training Critical Thinking for The Battlefield. Volume I: Basis in Cognitive Theory and Research Arlington, VA: Cognitive Technologies, Inc.
Cohen, M.S., Adelman, L. Tolcott, M.A., Bresnick, T.A., & Marvin, F. (1993). A Cognitive Framework for Battlefield Commanders' Situation Assessment. Arlington VA: Cognitive Technologies, Inc.
A Normative Theory of Critical Thinking
Cohen, M.S., Salas, E., & Riedel, S. (2002). Critical Thinking: Challenges, Possibilities, and Purpose. Arlington, VA: Cognitive Technologies, Inc.
Cohen, M.S. A three-part theory of critical thinking: Dialogue, mental models, and reliability. Proceedings of Army Research Institute Critical Thinking Conference, December 2001. Forthcoming.


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