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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Just because an idea is true doesn't mean it can be proved. And just because an idea can be proved doesn't mean it's true. Otro vistazo:El punto de vista de la psicologia & el comportamiento humano. A lie told well is just as good as the truth. And so we keep on thinking, because the next thought might be the answer. People assume that they perceive reality as it is, that our senses accurately record the outside world. Yet the science suggests that, in important ways, people experience reality not as it is, but as they expect it to be. We live in a world that assumes that the quality of a decision is directly related to the time and effort that went into making it...We believe that we are always better off gathering as much information as possible an depending as much time as possible in deliberation. We really only trust conscious decision making. But there are moments, particularly in times of stress, when haste does not make waste, when our snap judgments and first impressions can offer a much better means of making sense of the world. The first task of Blink is to convince you of a simple fact: decisions made very quickly can be every bit as good as decisions made cautiously and deliberately. For centuries, thinkers have assumed that humans are rational animals, that reason is vastly superior to emotion, and most recently, that the brain is itself a computer. As Lehrer shows, such thinkers have been wrong. It is true that some areas of the brain generate emotions, and others control rational thought, however their functions are complementary. While some decisions are best made rationally and consciously, others must be made by the subconscious or emotional brain. The very best deciders, whether quarterbacks, airline pilots, poker players, or CEOs, are those who weigh both reason and emotion.
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