A Gut and the Non-scientific Sample of One

A gut feeling is one based on intuition. If you “have a gut feeling,” you strongly sense something about a situation and usually trust this feeling even if you don’t have all the evidence needed to prove its veracity. Gut feelings often lead to “gut responses” or “gut reactions.” Forming a conclusion based upon a gut feeling implies that imperfect, muddled, and emotion-laden memories of events that are rattling around inside one’s brain are relied upon to make a decision.

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