Let me go way off base on how it improved my thinking skills.

My Mathematics classes required using creative avenues to apply logic if I did not know the answer to a proof. I use logic in a less explicit way. Not proofing by contradiction, induction, but in a more creative way. Allowing faulty generalization fallacies, but good enough for non mathematical subjects.

In subjects such as sociology which has it's hands dipped in psychology, I have been able to find answers. Though individuals can be hard to explain, using statistical analysis to I can provide not only socioeconomic, but senario anal

Let me go way off base on how it improved my thinking skills.

My Mathematics classes required using creative avenues to apply logic if I did not know the answer to a proof. I use logic in a less explicit way. Not proofing by contradiction, induction, but in a more creative way. Allowing faulty generalization fallacies, but good enough for non mathematical subjects.

In subjects such as sociology which has it's hands dipped in psychology, I have been able to find answers. Though individuals can be hard to explain, using statistical analysis to I can provide not only socioeconomic, but senario analysis of on macrosociety issues. A measurement fallacy in Mathematics, but we aren't looking for a Mathematics proof.

It does not help me much with psychology of society. I have to make inferences about that, but data is data.