Psychologists from Vanderbuilt and
Kobe universities say that we are able to perform complex activities
with necessarily being mind of the mechanics involved, for instance
when typing. In the study, researchers found that participants
could type an average 72 words per minute with 94% accuracy but
had a very difficult time assigning key location to a black QWERTY
keyboard. This demonstrates the theory of automatism in which
the brain can perform actions without conscious thought or action.