Intuition : What Science Says ( so Far ) about How and Why Intuition Works

@inproceedings{BernsteinIntuitionW,
  title={Intuition : What Science Says ( so Far ) about How and Why Intuition Works},
  author={Paul Bernstein}
}
Intuition is defined for the purposes of this analysis as: the appearance in the mind of accurate information about the external world, which can be shown to have come not through the five senses, nor through a rearrangement of stored memory contents. Forms of intuition obeying this definition have been explored scientifically under such labels as telepathy, precognition, presentiment, and remote viewing. This paper summarizes those scientific findings, and presents a few theories which have… CONTINUE READING

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