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1 Work Smarter Not Harder: Increase Your Critical Thinking, Reduce Your Stress, and Excel in College Participate in a Research Study The purpose of this study is to develop and evaluate an introductory course, Integrative Inquiry. It was designed to Increase Critical Thinking Dispositions Decrease Stress Increase Persistence Course Description The introductory course is intended to train attention, emotion, and cognitive regulation skills, which will increase educational achievement via the reduction of stress and anxiety and the increase in critical thinking dispositions. Who Should Attend This course is open to any SDSU, and Southwestern College students who are at least 18 years old. Instructor: Marilee J. Bresciani, Ph.D., Professor of Administration, Rehabilitation Counseling, and Postsecondary Education, San Diego State University Fall 2013 Course Details Date and Time Tuesdays, 5:00pm-7:00pm (8 meetings) Starts September 3, 2013 Location SDSU (room TBA) Cost: FREE Contact Angeline Yang angelinevyang@yahoo.com angelinevyang@yahoo.com 858-534-9351 If you would like to participate

2 Dear MEP/MESA Students Work Smarter Not Harder: Increase Your Critical Thinking, Reduce Your Stress, and Excel in College We would like to invite you to Participate in a Research Study that will develop and evaluate an introductory course designed to Increase Critical Thinking, Reduce Stress, and Increase Academic Persistence Course Description The course, Integrative Inquiry is intended to train attention, emotion, and cognitive regulation skills, which will increase educational achievement via the reduction of stress and anxiety and the increase in critical thinking dispositions. Who Should Attend This course is open to any SDSU, and Southwestern College students who are at least 18 years old. Date, Time, and Location Tuesdays, 5:00pm-7:00pm (8 meetings) Start Date: September 3 SDSU (room TBA) Cost FREE Contact Angeline Yang angelinevyang@yahoo.comangelinevyang@yahoo.com 858-534-9351 If you would like to participate

3 Work Smarter Not Harder: Increase Your Critical Thinking, Reduce Your Stress, and Excel in College Fall 2013 Course Details Tuesdays, 5:00pm-7:00pm (8 meetings). Starts Sept 3, 2013 SDSU (room TBA) Cost: FREE Contact Angeline Yang angelinevyang@yahoo.com 858-534-9351angelinevyang@yahoo.com NameEmail AddressPhone Number


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