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[Advanced] Do you know your biases ?
Which bias is she referring to?
The Warm glow heuristic describes when liking is mistaken for prior exposure. The Halo effect happens when your brain deducts that someone good-looking must also be pleasant and intelligent... And for Normalcy bias, I don't know why on Earth someone would choose that answer 🙄
Most people think they are less likely to roll a 4 again. Which bias does this experiment illustrate?
The Monte Carlo fallacy (also known as Gambler's fallacy or the fallacy of the maturity of chances), is the incorrect belief that if a particular event occurs more frequently than normal during the past, it is less likely to happen in the future. The Anchoring bias is when an initial piece of information impacts your judgment, but it has nothing to do with this experiment. For two things of equal emotional intensity, the negative one will impact you more strongly than the positive one - it is the Negativity bias.
Which bias does this cartoon illustrate?
Ultracrepidarianism (bless you!) is a tendency to give opinions on a subject that is outside of your competence. Self licensing bias is allowing yourself to do something "bad" (eating a cookie) after you've done something "good" (jogging). The Illusory truth effect means that when we see something repeated over and over, we think it is true (that's why Marketing exists).
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