This research study aims to investigate the university student’s critical thinking disposition of university students in Thailand. The sample consisted of 212 undergraduate students at different levels in the first semester, the academic year 2020, at Kasetsart University, Bangkean campus, Bangkok. The instrument used in the study was the critical thinking questionnaire (CTD). The method framework consists of seven crucial dimensions: truth-seeking, open-mindedness, analyticity, systematicity, critical thinking self-confidence, inquisitiveness, and cognitive maturity. The means and standard deviations were calculated to investigate the relevance between males and females. An independent t-test was employed to test the differences towards gender. Further, the analysis of variances was utilized to examine the differences in critical thinking disposition among levels of students. The findings reveal that critical thinking disposition has no distinctive correlation to significant difference towards gender and the different levels of university students, particularly at the level of p<.05.
Chakree Kerdsombbon, National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan