Logical forms of thinking

Logical operations that make up the structure of thinking distinguish it from other processes that occur in the human brain every second.

Logical forms of thinking in psychology

The basic forms of logical thinking include:

1. Due to the first form, the individual is able, based only on certain judgments, to draw a conclusion. In turn, the conclusion is divided into:

2. Judgment reflects the relationship of events, phenomena and objects. It is expressed in affirmative or negative form and in this case reasoning acts as the basic form of logical thinking. It happens:

3. The concept inherent in reflecting the signs, the relationship of objects, events. Expressed with the help of words or wordgroups. Are divided into: