Both the faster decision serving prejudices and intuition. But what is the difference between the two? Preliminary rulings vs. intuition some people it is hard to distinguish prejudices, especially as they both pursue a similar sense of intuition: to navigate in a complex world. Both times we have a kind of inner pulse something or mostly one person well or to find not just. Then how does it differ, whether there is a bias or not? A clear distinction is more than desirable, because prejudices are often unfair, by rashly condemning people. While our intuition often whispers to the correct information about a person or situation us. But even if we have an intuitive inspiration, we can ask ourselves: this is now actually intuition, or I had but just a thought because of prejudice. I don’t think this on the clearly negative prejudices such as misogyny or racism, but rather such prejudice as \”cars are safer than airplanes\”.
Actually should we know that is not the case. And yet we have sometimes a weird feeling if we get on a plane. So: what is prejudice? What is intuition? And where is the dividing line? What is prejudice? Prejudices shape our view of the world before she happened. Let us perceive only a selective part of the world. You Prime us (unconscious preferences are primes) and can (boys and girls are E.g. to school equally well in math after a few years but not longer, because teachers unconsciously more promote the ‘better’ boys) lead to a self-fulfilling prophecy. Prejudices close external characteristics (skin colour, gender, clothing,…), behavior (E.g. sexual preferences) and social contexts (place of residence, – quarter,…) on group memberships (women, gays, the Turks) on properties (stupid, immoral, dirty) and finally on behaviors (can not Park, make mistakes, make) me as a man, steal and cheat). Prejudices but never quite vote often to 80-90%.