YES!I would think not in that way explicitly.
It would be more like people tend to mistake feelings with intuition. Or aren't able to properly dismantle an intuition from an evaluation. For example someone says "I have a bad feeling about this." That could mean any number of things. it could literally be a sensation, as in a bad feeling, or an emotional reaction (which probably has an antecedent cause that we might want to identify), or an intuition - a hunch. A lot of times the language we use doesn't really allow us to make these distinctions and so other words have to be proxies for things for which there are no words. So we use words like gut-feeling when we mean intuition and so forth.