IS THERE ANY NEED FOR PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE?

Today's psychological science does study intuition but it is observed that our thinking memory and attitude operate at two levels conscious and unconscious.
There is a common feeling that psychology explains or informs what everyone is aware of. Some pace their faith in human intuitions.

For example, Prince Charles (2000) said that "buried deep within every one of us there is an instinctive heartfelt awareness that provides- if we allow it to – the most reliable guide".

The former president of America explained his decision to launch the Iraq War by saying that he is a gut player and he depends on instincts.

Today's psychological science does study intuition but it is observed that our thinking memory and attitude operate at two levels conscious and unconscious. But still, our intuitions are more likely to go wrong.

The three phenomena, hindsight bias, judgmental overconfidence, and even tendency to perceive patterns in random events illustrate why we cannot solely depend on intuition.



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