As simple as it may sound the most important information from psychology 1001 that I will remember for the rest of my life are the different scientific thinking principles. In my future I plan on being an investment banker and much of the information I will be looking at will be much like looking at evidence for a particular study. I must be able to determine whether one outcome causes another, or whether an extraordinary claim by a company has extraordinary evidence to back it up, and even if there is simpler reasoning as to why a company is so profitable and successful. All of these principles will come into my daily routine of analyzing investments with a vast array of businesses and opportunities. The stocks will show general trends and companies will ride the rollercoaster of the world economy, but by considering these thinking principles I can reassure any business colleague and myself that we are making a wise decision. There will not be one single investment that will be the same so, in addition to reassuring confidence in the decision; I can reduce the number of errors committed by following these principles of scientific thinking. I can look back in my future and think to myself, "I learned all this information back in my freshman year of college," and be satisfied knowing that this information is helping me just as it helps many psychologists. We will can all decide with perfect judgement when following these principles.