What to know about what you don’t know you know. #1: Intuition is very efficient—if you don't overthink it.
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The workings and limitations of intuition and imagination
Andrew Shtulman Ph.D.
Individuals who prioritize reflection over intuition reject unrealistic expectations and beliefs in soulmates, perfect partners, and love at first sight.
The message that some kids are born to be baseball players and others are not permeates youth baseball, from fielding assignments to batting lineups to the selection of All Stars.
An anthology of influential women may not be the consciousness-raising holiday gift you intend it to be if it inadvertently reinforces gender stereotypes.
Fake news may thrive because we are bad at evaluating the quantity and quality of information sources.
Don’t let the pundits make you feel guilty about breaking bread with your family while refusing to break your commitment to evidence and logic.
The U.S. is preparing for a solar eclipse on Monday, August 21, an event that is not only rare but also counterintuitive.
Andrew Shtulman, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Cognitive Science and Psychology at Occidental College and chair of its Psychology department.