From: The Sydney Morning Herald

UNSW researchers find human intuition does exist

The Sydney Morning Herald:

Ever had a hunch? Gone with a gut instinct? Felt something in your bones?

People have long believed in intuition: the idea that we can make successful decisions without rational, analytical thought or inference.

Now it turns out there is such a thing as human intuition – and it can be tested scientifically.

“There’s lots of really cool stories about it, but no one’s been able to show that it really exists and how it works,” said Associate Professor Joel Pearson, who led new research into intuition at the University of NSW’s School of Psychology.

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