Intuitive thinking

David Longley David at longley.demon.co.uk
Fri Jun 27 08:11:33 EST 2003


In article <6kfofvcbtnurjcgbjcncdsc6gg1g9hqc89 at 4ax.com>, J Zijlstra
<jw53z at xs4all.nl> writes
>Ive searched on the web and found some history on light and on Ewald
>Hering and the Opponent Process Theory. 
>
>Where does this intuitive thinking take place? In which part of the
>brain..
>
>
It's not really "intuitive thinking" per se, it's a visual after-images
or after-effect. To find out what parts of the visual system are
required for it I suggest you look up research on "visual after-image"
and brain. 

-- 
David Longley



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