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When Mitch was learning to drive, he couldn’t imagine how he’d ever remember to steer the wheel, flip on the turn signal, step on the gas pedal, and still manage to keep the car on the road. Now that he has been driving for three years, Mitch’s reactions have become so automatic that, when he’s driving, __________ is/are involved.


A. nonconscious processes


B. convergent thinking


C. subconscious processes


D. divergent thinking

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