Question #13150121

heuristics and deductive skills?

Heuristics is a shortcut in the mental process to come up with a solution with less mental effort, commonly used everyday in: trial and error, drawing the problem, common sense, and mathematics. If someone has an inability to use heuristics to average level and potentially notices the differences in themselves amongst other people, is it likely that they would surmise that they.... A.Have better logical reasoning skills then others? B. Become more efficient at their intelligence's level of logical functionality or more proficient at logical reasoning(As this would lead to mathematical prowess)? C.Personally disdain others for intellectual sloth? D. Become Sherlock Holmes? E.Could this condition be misunderstood as being gifted? Thank you for answering....

2014-01-16 20:55:37

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