BBC2 How You Really Make Decisions

Horizon uncovers the truth about how you really make decisions.

Every day you make thousands of decisions, big and small, and behind all them is a powerful battle in your mind, pitting intuition against logic.

This conflict affects every aspect of your life - from what you eat to what you believe, and especially to how you spend your money.

And it turns out that the intuitive part of your mind is a lot more powerful than you may realise.

might be interesting,…

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was indeed interesting.

they talked about
that people have only two mindsets:
1 is very fast, yet you aren`t very consciousness/aware about it. its basically automated split second thinking.
2 is very slow, and allows you to make more critical conscious/aware decisions
so slow even that: you can try this out:
walk and at the same time give answers on mathematical questions.
most people had too stop walking, because of its process took all up of there concentration

i thought about a third mindset while watching the show, which maybe could explain
the delusions,hallucinations, hyper sensitivity or something in that order
yet when i think about it longer, it could be that those delusions, hallucination, paranoid thinking
sets you back in primal mindset 1, while it still uses some of the advanced concepts of mindset 2