Difference Between Intuition And Learning

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The two systems had different terms from author to author; for example; rational versus experiential (Epstein et al., 1992), rule-based versus associative (Sloman, 1996), noetic versus experiential (Strack & Deutsch, 2004), deliberative versus affective (Loewenstein & O’Donoghue, 2005), and System 1 versus System 2 (Evans, 2003; Kahneman & Fredrick, 2002). These researchers do not only used different names for each of the two systems, they also used different terms to describe their meaning. The most frequently used terms are two-system, dual-mode, and dual-process. These theories have in common that there are two different processing modes. The most natural terms are system 1and system 2 modes (Evans, 2008 and (Keren & Schul, 2009).
There are differences between intuition and reasoning thoughts which have been discussed for years. These variances have been appealed in efforts to form apparently conflicting results in judgment studies under uncertainty (Kahneman & Frederick, 2002; Sloman, 1996, 2002; Stanovich, 1999; Stanovich & West, 2002). Stanovich and West (2000) have been labelled these two cognitive processes system 1 and system 2 which have been agreed on by many researchers on features that discriminate the two types from each other. The processes ofsystem 1 are emotionally charged most of the time, they are usually fast, automatic, and effortless. They are hard to control or adjust as they are ruled by habit. On the other hand, the processes of system 2 are…
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