The Case For Why A Broader Perspective Is A Crucial Skill Your Students Need
Research psychologists recently completed studies on the mental health of everyday individuals. One important finding was participants who are prone to dogmatism – stuck in their ways and relatively resistant to credible evidence – actually have a problem with processing evidence even at a perceptual level. They only see things one way. In this episode, Tim Elmore and Andrew McPeak discuss the case for why a broader perspective may be the crucial skill your students need to avoid this trap.