Smart Thinking

Three Essential Keys To Solve Problems, Innovate, and Get Things Done

by Art Markman, Ph.D.

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Think smart people are just born that way? Think again.

Drawing on diverse studies of the mind, from psychology to linguistics, philosophy, and learning science, Art Markman, Ph.D., demonstrates the difference between "smart thinking" and raw intelligence, showing listeners how memory works, how to learn effectively, and how to use knowledge to get things done. He then introduces his own three-part formula for listeners to employ "smart thinking" in their daily lives.

Smart Thinking gives listeners:

  • The means to replace self-limiting habits with new behaviors that foster smart thinking
  • An understanding of the mind itself as well as memory
  • The ability to define and solve problems by finding and applying relevant knowledge
  • Ways to present and process information effectively

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    Publisher: Gildan Media Corp
    Edition: Unabridged

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    • ISBN: 9781596596498
    • File size: 207641 KB
    • Release date: January 3, 2012
    • Duration: 07:11:47

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    • ISBN: 9781596596498
    • File size: 207641 KB
    • Release date: January 3, 2012
    • Duration: 07:11:47
    • Number of parts: 8

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    Think smart people are just born that way? Think again.

    Drawing on diverse studies of the mind, from psychology to linguistics, philosophy, and learning science, Art Markman, Ph.D., demonstrates the difference between "smart thinking" and raw intelligence, showing listeners how memory works, how to learn effectively, and how to use knowledge to get things done. He then introduces his own three-part formula for listeners to employ "smart thinking" in their daily lives.

    Smart Thinking gives listeners:

  • The means to replace self-limiting habits with new behaviors that foster smart thinking
  • An understanding of the mind itself as well as memory
  • The ability to define and solve problems by finding and applying relevant knowledge
  • Ways to present and process information effectively

  • Expand title description text