Cognitive Research Trust

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The Cognitive Research Trust was founded by the Maltese physician and cognitive specialist Edward de Bono in July 1969. The trust uses a number of thinking tools based on the premise that thinking is a skill that can be developed and learned. CoRT lessons have been taught in schools worldwide, including the third world. Bangladesh has profited by application of CoRT tools.[clarification needed][1][2]

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  1. ^ Journal of the creative Bangladeshi, 1979, v3, p315-319.
  2. ^ Bangladesh, Self, and Creative Juices, 1999.

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