How does language allow hypothetical thought?
Hypothetical thinking is defined as the exploration of possibilities and outcomes of different states of the world without an event actually occurring. [ Hypothetical thinking is very important to the field of decision making because it is part of the dual-process theory and can be used to think more abstractly about a topic. The dual-process theory states that there are two different types of
processes that occur in the brain and must be used together for humans to achieve their highest cognitive capacity. Read more here, ]
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