Intuition in Kinesiology

BRUCE DEWE


2005 CONFERENCE PAPER


Summary:

Intuition is estimated to be right only about 15% of the time. Does intuitive awareness have a place in Kinesiology? Ifit does, what is that place? What are the indications and contraindications of using intuition in the kinesiology process?

How and when do we integrate its strengths and weaknesses in our use of standard protocols? Hubert Dreyfus said, In What Computers Can’t Do: The Limits of Artificial Intelligence “experience cannot be deconstructed into expert systems”. Cognitive psychologist Gary Klein studied professionals who make do-or-die decisions. His advice, ‘Forget analysis paralysis. Trust your instincts’. Does this apply to Kinesiology? If so, should we abandon all Protocols? 


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