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A '''thought''' is a process of the [[mind]] which organizes information into a form that can be translated into action. It takes only a fraction of a second, but multiple thoughts may lead to thinking clearly. This eventually gives rise to [[logic]], [[reason]], and, when concerning thoughts of the heart, [[compassion]], (for the individuals who were thought about).
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A '''thought''' is a process of the [[mind]] which organizes information into a form that can be translated into action. It takes only a fraction of a second, but multiple thoughts may lead to thinking clearly. This eventually gives rise to [[logic]], [[reason]], and, when concerning thoughts of the heart, [[compassion]] (for the individuals who were thought about).
  
 
==Scientific Information on the Thought==
 
==Scientific Information on the Thought==
  
 
[[Category:Psychology]]
 
[[Category:Psychology]]

Revision as of 00:26, 16 April 2011

A thought is a process of the mind which organizes information into a form that can be translated into action. It takes only a fraction of a second, but multiple thoughts may lead to thinking clearly. This eventually gives rise to logic, reason, and, when concerning thoughts of the heart, compassion (for the individuals who were thought about).

Scientific Information on the Thought