Confused? Don’t worry because that can be a good thing
Confusion is a common aspect of our lives but it can be useful and perhaps even necessary, particularly when we are trying to learn something.
Confusion is typically experienced when we are confronted with new information. It is particularly likely to happen when the information we encounter is complex, counter-intuitive or unlike anything we’ve experienced before.
When this happens it can be difficult to reconcile the new incoming information with what we already know.Tags: Critical Thinking, Psychology, Thinking