A new intuitionism: Meaning, memory, and development in Fuzzy-Trace Theory.

@article{Reyna2012ANI,
  title={A new intuitionism: Meaning, memory, and development in Fuzzy-Trace Theory.},
  author={Valerie F. Reyna},
  journal={Judgment and decision making},
  year={2012},
  volume={7 3},
  pages={332-359}
}
Combining meaning, memory, and development, the perennially popular topic of intuition can be approached in a new way. Fuzzy-trace theory integrates these topics by distinguishing between meaning-based gist representations, which support fuzzy (yet advanced) intuition, and superficial verbatim representations of information, which support precise analysis. Here, I review the counterintuitive findings that led to the development of the theory and its most recent extensions to the neuroscience of… CONTINUE READING

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