Some researchers refer to intuition as a multi-dimensional construct while others refer to it as a uni-dimensional construct. In the spirit of Hoffrage and Marewski's (2015) discussion of the various aspects of intuition, we call for finer distinctions between multiple dimensions. We further review evidence suggesting that several dimensions can be separated on an empirical basis. We hope to inspire more theoretical and empirical research on the multi-dimensionality of intuition.
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This research was supported by a grant from the Israeli Science Foundation awarded to the first author (grant no. 351/13 ) and by a grant from the Israel Foundation Trustees to the third author (doctoral grant no. 29/64 ).
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