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Flashcards in Chapter 10 Evidence of Intuition’s Powers Deck (15):
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brain-damaged persons' "sight unseen" as their bodies react to things and faces not consciously recognized

Blindsight

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split-brain persons displaying knowledge they cannot verbalize

Right-brain Thinking

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intuitive knowledge of language and physics

Infants' Intuitive Learning

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quick gut feelings that precede moral reasoning

Moral Intuition

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unattended information processed by the mind's downstairs radar watchers

Divided Attention and Priming

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the instant parallel processing and integration of complex information streams

Everyday Perception

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the cognitive autopilot that guides us through most of life

Automatic Processing

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learning how to do something without knowing that one knows

Implicit Memory

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those fast and frugal mental shortcuts that normally serve us well enough

Heuristics

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phenomena of nonconscious learning, expert learning, and physical genius

Intuitive Expertise

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the sometimes-spontaneous appearance of novel and valuable ideas

Creativity

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the intuitive know-how to comprehend and manage ourselves in social situations and to perceive and express emotions

Social and Emotional Intelligence

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when instant responses are needed, the brain's emotional pathways bypass the cortex; hunches sometimes precede rational understanding

Wisdom of the Body

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detecting traits from mere seconds of behavior

Thin Slices

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gut-level and rational attitude responses

Dual Attitude System