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Table 2 Rational Experiential Inventory in relation to Cognitive-Experiential Self Theory

From: Thinking styles and doctors' knowledge and behaviours relating to acute coronary syndromes guidelines

  Two Reasoning Systems proposed by Cognitive-Experiential Self Theory
(slow, deliberative, reflective)
(fast, automatic, reflexive)
Name of thinking style associated with each system and measured by the Rational Experiential Inventory Need for Cognition Faith In Intuition
Available scores using the Rational Experiential Inventory Need For Cognition – total
Need For Cognition – ability subscale
Need For Cognition – favourability subscale
Faith in Intuition – total
Faith in Intuition – ability subscale
Faith in Intuition – favourability subscale