The current research aims to identify the level of counter-induction among students of the College of Basic Education at the University, and to identify the level of rational thinking, and also to identify the relationship between counter-induction and rational thinking, and female students), including (50) male students and (50) female students) from the two departments (Special Education, Science). To achieve the goals, the researcher relied on the (Shitb, 2014) scale, which is the most suitable for the research sample represented by students of the College of Basic Education at the University of Mosul. The scale consisted of (28) items and five alternatives (exactly, often, sometimes, rarely, never apply to me), and also the researcher relied on the (Mohammed, 2019) scale of rational thinking, which consists of (32) items, each carrying the following alternatives (I always agree, I agree sometimes, I don’t agree,
I never agree), and the researcher carried out the procedures of honesty and reliability on the two tools by the method of apparent honesty and stability by the method of re-testing. The main ones have counter-attractiveness in a significant proportion, and they also have rational thinking, and that there is a positive relationship between the two variables at the level of significance (0,05), and the researcher came up with a set of recommendations and suggestions that support the research.