Provide a personal example of dual processing that you have experienced in life.

Dual processing refers to the fact that our brain can process information simultaneously at both a conscious and unconscious level. For example, I often complete routine activities like brushing my teeth without even focusing consciously on the brushing process. This happens when I am consciously thinking about something else, like what I have to do when I get to work. In fact, sometimes I complete an activity and afterwards have no conscious recollection of doing it. I also find myself wondering if I closed the garage door when I am driving down the street away from my house. I check in my rear view mirror to see that it is in fact closed, even though I have no conscious recollection of pushing the button on the garage door opener while I backed out of the driveway. I most likely pushed the button as I was checking for traffic while backing out, but simply have no recollection of actually pushing it. Provide a personal example of dual processing that you have experienced in life.

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