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Not everything that claims to be science is. UNDERSTANDING SCIENTIFIC REASONING shows you easy-to-use principles that let you distinguish good science from bad information you encounter in both textbooks and the popular media. And because it uses the same processes that scientists use (but simplified), you'll know you're getting the most reliable instruction around. You'll Not everything that claims to be science is. UNDERSTANDING SCIENTIFIC REASONING shows you easy-to-use principles that let you distinguish good science from bad information you encounter in both textbooks and the popular media. And because it uses the same processes that scientists use (but simplified), you'll know you're getting the most reliable instruction around. You'll also learn how to reason through case studies using the same informal logic skills employed by scientists.


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Not everything that claims to be science is. UNDERSTANDING SCIENTIFIC REASONING shows you easy-to-use principles that let you distinguish good science from bad information you encounter in both textbooks and the popular media. And because it uses the same processes that scientists use (but simplified), you'll know you're getting the most reliable instruction around. You'll Not everything that claims to be science is. UNDERSTANDING SCIENTIFIC REASONING shows you easy-to-use principles that let you distinguish good science from bad information you encounter in both textbooks and the popular media. And because it uses the same processes that scientists use (but simplified), you'll know you're getting the most reliable instruction around. You'll also learn how to reason through case studies using the same informal logic skills employed by scientists.

47 review for Understanding Scientific Reasoning

  1. 4 out of 5

    Alexander Elbittar

    Better that the new version.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Norman S

    Excellent for someone wanting a good refresher of logic and statistics, aimed at an achievable first year undergrad level. Clear writing with good flow makes it easy to forget you're being introduced to some complex mathematical concepts. Doesn't require any calculators, just a cup of tea or joe and a desire to learn. Excellent for someone wanting a good refresher of logic and statistics, aimed at an achievable first year undergrad level. Clear writing with good flow makes it easy to forget you're being introduced to some complex mathematical concepts. Doesn't require any calculators, just a cup of tea or joe and a desire to learn.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jakob Nelson

    It's fine. VERY hard to read, would love it to be a little better organised- with more visual examples. it's sort of straddling the line between "informational non-fiction book" and "textbook" and that makes some of the later chapters a little tough to comprehend. It's fine. VERY hard to read, would love it to be a little better organised- with more visual examples. it's sort of straddling the line between "informational non-fiction book" and "textbook" and that makes some of the later chapters a little tough to comprehend.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Annasnova

    Enjoyed the first half of the book thanks to excellent examples from science and history.

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