conceptual. ( kənˈsɛptjʊəl) adj. 1. relating to or concerned with concepts; abstract. 2. concerned with the definitions or relations of the concepts of some field of enquiry rather than with the facts.What are the key concepts of critical thinking?
Critical thinking entails many kinds of intellectual skills, including the following representative examples: Developing well-reasoned, persuasive arguments and evaluating and responding to counterarguments. Examining concepts or situations from multiple perspectives, including different cultural perspectives.What is conceptual decision making style?
Conceptual style. Conceptual style decision-making is characterized by high tolerance for ambiguity and is intuitive in nature. This kind of decision making is for a long term, and subjected to changes. For example, after Singapore gained independence, the Singapore government decided on industrialization.What is thinking thinking?
THINKING. noun. mental behavior wherein ideas, pictures, cognitive symbolizations, or other hypothetical components of thought are experienced or manipulated. In this sense, thinking is inclusive of imagining, recalling, solving problems, free association, daydreaming, concept formation, and a variety of other procedures. THINKING: "Thinking...