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You may not realize it but your brain actually processes information in two very
distinct ways. Like when you look at this photo you instantly know she has blonde
hair, is visibly angry and likely has some choice words to yell. Without any effort
you experienced fast thinking, But if you look at the following problem something
different happens. Sure you immediately know it's a multiplication problem and you
knew you could solve it if you had the energy, but didn't.
If you do try your muscles will tense, your pupils will dilate and your heart
rate will increase. Now you've experienced slow thinking.
These two systems of fast and slow thinking dictate much of our perception
and reaction in life.
Take these lines for example, it is clear that they're different lengths, but if
you measure them they're actually the exact same length. Even now that you
know, system one, or your fast thinking can't stop seeing the illusion because it
acts automatically. A similar effect is seen here, which figure is the largest? Again
they are all the same size but the suggestion of perspective and depth
causes your system one to interpret the picture as three-dimensional even though
it's on a flat two-dimensional surface.
It's making quick work of the available information and so you're conscious
system two, or slow thinking, must compensate after the fact and choose not
to believe your intuition or instinct. Want to see your system two in action? I'll show you a
string of four digits, you read them aloud and add one to each of the original
digits.
If the card reads 3795 the correct response would be 4806.
We'll then go to the next card and you will do the same followed by the
next card.
ready? Go.
Few people can cope with more than four digits, but even harder is add three.
The interesting bit is that though your pupils would have dilated you often become
effectively blind when you fully engage system two.
Did you notice the colour of the text change?
Or how about the fact that the numbers completely changed when I put them off to the side?
Listen to the following puzzle. A bat and a ball cost one dollar and
ten cents. The bat cost one dollar more than the ball.
How much does the ball cost?
Chances are your system one intuition was yelling "ten cents", but this appealing
system one answer we know is wrong. In fact the correct answer is five cents.
Even if you worked out the correct answer, you likely thought of ten cents along the
way. System one is trying to work out an answer as quickly and seamlessly as
possible which is extremely beneficial in everyday life. If every activity
required full mental effort it would be exhausting. But knowing this allows us to
understand that not all of our first impressions are correct.
How many animals of each kind did Moses take into the ark? So few people
detect what is wrong with this question and that it has been dubbed the the Moses
illusion.
In fact, moses took no animals, Noah did. Again our brain invests as little resources as
necessary so that things run quickly and smoothly. Because moses is not abnormal
in the biblical context, system one unconsciously detects an association
between Moses and ark, and quickly accepts the question.
In a similar way system one generates context without you knowing. Reading each
of the following may seem fairly simple "ABC" "Ann approached the bank" and "12, 13, 14"
But your brain actually interpreted these ambiguous statements without you ever
knowing. You could have read it as "A 13 C" or "12 B 14",
but your brain created the context unconsciously. Also, you likely imagined a
woman with money on her mind walking towards a building with tellers, but if
the sentence before this was "they were floating gently down the river" the
entire scene would have changed because "bank" is no longer associated with "money".
Without an explicit context, system one quickly generates one based on previous
experience. In this case, you have likely visited more banks than rivers and so
the context is resolved accordingly. This ties into a concept called "priming".
For example if I said "wash", how would you complete this word fragment? Most
would see "soap", but had I just shown you the word "eat" you'd be more likely to
see "soup".
In this way both eat and wash
prime your thoughts. Though system two likes to think that it's in charge and knows
what's going on, the truth is that priming effects have even been shown to
affect and modify behavior. These arise in system one and you have no conscious
access to them. If you'd like to learn more about the thinking systems in your
brain? Check out the book "Thinking Fast and Slow" by Daniel Kahneman which covers
it in great detail. I'll put a link in the description which you can check out.
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