The Iowa Gambling Task, demonstrated human’s capacity to know something before they are consciously or logically aware of it. In this experiment there were four decks of cards, two black and two red. These were presented face down and the player was given $2000 play money. The object of the exercise was for the participant

Feedback loops are everywhere! People use them for ordinary tasks like getting to work on time or complex tasks like fitting into society. Our ability to take feedback information in a constructive way can help us reach our objective more rapidly. More importantly our ability to manage technology to provide feedback information in a constructive