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Cognitive Biases

Posted by vince
Published on 29 August 2023

Cognitive Biases

There are many Cognitive Biases, many more than most people realise. If you want to think your way out of a mind trap, you must first realise that you're already trapped. 

In this series, we'll examine The Dunning-Kruger Effect, the Clustering Illusion, the Zeigarnik Effect, the Hedonic Adaptation, the Paradox of Choice, Availability Bias, Sunk Cost Fallacy, Negativity Bias, Occam's Razor, Blindspot Analysis, the Semmelweis Reflex, the Outcome Bias, the Backfire Effect, Status Quo Bias, the Endowment Effect, the IKEA Effect, the Contrast Effect, the Authority Bias, The Illusion of Control, Regression to the Mean, the Planning Fallacy, and many, many more. 

Cognitive Dissonance

Stick around, and you'll be amazed at what you didn't know was happening around you. 

Psychology is for everybody, and the more we know and comprehend human behaviours and the naivety of our thinking, the better outcomes will come our way. 

There's a lot to come in this series, so dig in for the long haul...

Regards Vince

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