Availability Bias, Attentional Bias and Representativeness Bias

In our evolutionary past, whoever thought for too long got killed by the predator's jaws. So, quick decision-making was rewarded. We are the descendants of such quick decision makers and, therefore, we still have many cognitive biases sitting in our head and we are not conscious of these biases.In my previous posts, I have written about some …

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The Planning Fallacy and The Over-confidence Effect

Our brain is a tricky place to be because it is just full of biases. In my previous posts, I have written about some biases such as the confirmation bias, halo effect, outcome bias, and affective forecasting. Understanding these biases can help us recognize them in our daily lives and we may, in turn, provide ourselves an …

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