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2014 ܱ (B) 36 ؼ
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F. Scott Fitzgerald thought that the test of first-rate intelligence was the ability to hold two opposed ideas in mind at the same time and still function. The eons shaped our brains in the  (A)  direction. Confirmation bias is a term for the way the mind systematically avoids confronting contradiction. It does this by overvaluing evidence that confirms what we already think or feel and undervaluing or simply disregarding evidence that refutes it. Testimony from members of the Crow tribe about the destruction of their culture provides an extreme and tragic example of this. A man named Plenty Coups reported that when the buffalo went away, the hearts of my people fell to the ground and they could not lift them up again. After this nothing happened. He was not alone in describing the depth of despair as the end of history. nothing happened after that, another Crow warrior said. We just lived. The emotion was so strong that the brain   (B)   evidence of the continued existence of normal, everyday life that might have eased it.   *eon:
 
opposite - retained     opposite - rejected 
wrong - validated       same-falsified     same - overlooked
 
1. Ǯ
(A) ڿ ޵Ǵ confirmation bias(Ȯ) Crow γ ݵ ÿ ִ Ͱ ݴ(opposite) ߾ ϴ ̴. (B) Crow Ұ  ϻȰ Ѵٴ Ÿ źߴ(rejected) Ѵ.
 
2. ؼ
[F. Scott Fitzgerald thought that the test of first-rate intelligence was the ability to hold two opposed ideas in mind at the same time and still function.]     the test of first-rate intelligence:ֻ ɿ (first-rate:ֻ)  the ability to hold two opposed ideas in mind at the same time and still function: ݵ ӿ ÿ ϴ ɷ two opposed ideas: ݵ at the same time:ÿ hold function İ̸ the ability ϴ       F. Scott Fitzgerald ֻ ɿ ݵ ÿ Ӹӿ 鼭 ϴ ɷ̶ ߴ.
 
[The eons shaped our brains in the opposite direction. Confirmation bias is a term for the way (that) the mind systematically avoids confronting contradiction.]    eon: ô, (aeon) shape: .ϴ. in the opposite directionConfirmation bias:Ȯ a term for the way (that)~:~Ŀ (term:) the mind systematically avoids confronting contradiction.: ǿ ϴ ϴ. systematically: avoid ~ing:~ ϴ. confront:~ ϴ(face to face with) contradiction:( ), ݹ      츮 ݴ ߾. Ȯ ǿ ϴ ȸϴ ϴ ̴.
 
Ȯ(Confirmation bias):ڽ ų ġϴ ޾Ƶ̰ ų ġ ʴ ϴ ڽ ġ ʴ ص ڽ ޹ħ ִ ã ƴٴϸ װ ޾Ƶ鿩 ڽ ոȭ Ű .
 
[It(=Confirmation bias) does this by overvaluing evidence that confirms what we already think or feel and undervaluing or simply disregarding evidence that refutes it.]    does this: ǿ ȸϴ .  by overvaluing~, undervaluing~, disregarding. (,, by Ǵ ıӿ )  evidence that confirms what we already think or feel:츮 ̹ ϰų Ȯνִ (that:ְݰ, what::~ϴ )  evidence that refutes it:װͿ ݴǴ disregard:ϴ. refute:ݹϴ       װ 츮 ̹ ϰų Ȯνִ Ÿ ϰ װͿ ݴǴ Ÿ ϰų Ǵ ܼ ν ׷ Ѵ.
 
[Testimony from members of the Crow tribe about the destruction of their culture provides an extreme and tragic example of this.]    TestimonyTestimony from members of the Crow tribe: Crow κ (tribe:,)  about the destruction of their culture:׵ ȭ ĸ꿡 (destruction:ı,ĸdestroy) Testimony:־, providesan extreme and tragic example of this:̿ ش̰     Crow ׵ ȭ ĸ꿡 ̿ ش̰ ʸ ش.
 
[A man named Plenty Coups reported that when the buffalo went away, the hearts of my people fell to the ground and they could not lift them up again. After this nothing happened.]    A man named Plenty Coups reported that~:Plenty Coups Ҹ ڰ that~ ߴ.(named:~ Ҹ:called) go away:. fall to the ground: Ѿ.(ϴ) lift up: ø, Ű(Ȱ⸦ ã.)     Plenty Coups ̸ ڴ Ұ ϰ Ǿ Ȱ⸦ ã ϴ. Ŀ ƹ ϵ Ͼ ʾҾ. ߴ.
 
[He was not alone in describing the depth of despair as the end of history. Nothing happened after that, another Crow warrior said. We just lived.] describe A as B: A B ϴ(ϴ.) the depth of despair: the end of history:   in describing~(=when he described~) warrior:     ׷ ƴϾ. Ŀ ƹ ϵ Ͼ ʾҾ. 츮 ׳ Ҿ. ٸ Crow 簡 ߴ.
 
[The emotion was so strong that the brain rejected evidence of the continued existence of normal, everyday life that might have eased it.]    so ~ that: ʹ ~ؼ ~ϴ. reject:źϴ, ϴ(refuse, turn down)  evidence of the continued existence of normal, everyday life: ϻȰ Ѵٴ the continued existencemight have eased:׷߸ ־.(might have +p.p:~̾ 𸥴. ease:, ȭŰ. it=the emotion      ʹ Ͽ װ ׷߸ ־ ϻȰ Ѵٴ Ÿ źعȴ.
 
3. ܾ
*first-rate:ֻ *function: ϴ *bias: ɸ, *confront:ϴ *contradiction:, ݴ *overvalue:ϴ *disregard:ϴ *refute:ݹϴ *testimony: *despair: *warrior:, *retain:ϴ. *validate:ȿϰ ϴ. ϴ. *falsify:ϴ. *overlook:ϴ.
 
4. ؼ
F. Scott Fitzgerald ֻ ɿ ݵ ÿ Ӹӿ 鼭 ϴ ɷ̶ ߴ. 츮 ݴ ߾. Ȯ ǿ ϴ ȸϴ ϴ ̴. װ 츮 ̹ ϰų Ȯνִ Ÿ ϰ װͿ ݴǴ Ÿ ϰų Ǵ ܼ ν ׷ Ѵ. Crow ׵ ȭ ĸ꿡 ̿ ش̰ ʸ ش. Plenty Coups ̸ ڴ Ұ ϰ Ǿ Ȱ⸦ ã ϴ. Ŀ ƹ ϵ Ͼ ʾҾ. ߴ. ׷ ƴϾ. Ŀ ƹ ϵ Ͼ ʾҾ. 츮 ׳ Ҿ. ٸ Crow 簡 ߴ. ʹ Ͽ װ ׷߸ ־ ϻȰ Ѵٴ Ÿ źعȴ.
 
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