20 COGNITIVE BIASES THAT SCREW UP YOUR DECISIONS
1. Anchoring bias. 2. Availability heuristic.
People are over-reliant on the People overestimate the first piece of information they importance of information that hear. Ina salary negotiation, is available to them. A person whoever makes the first offer might argue that smoking is not establishes a range of unhealthy because they know reasonable possibilities in 'someone who lived to 100 and each person's mind, 'smoked three packs a day.
3. Bandwagon effect. 4. Blind-spot bias.
The probability of one person Falling to recognize your own adopting a belief increases cognitive biases is a bias in based on the number of people itself. People notice cognitive who hold that belief. This is a and motivational biases much powerful form of groupthink more in others than in
and is reason why meetings themselves.
are often unproductive.
20 COGNITIVE BIASES THAT SCREW UP YOUR DECISIONS 1. Anchoring bias. 2. Availability heuristic. People are over-reliant on the People overestimate the first piece of information they importance of information that hear. Ina salary negotiation, is available to them. A person whoever makes the first offer might argue that smoking is not establishes a range of unhealthy because they know reasonable possibilities in 'someone who lived to 100 and each person's mind, 'smoked three packs a day. 3. Bandwagon effect. 4. Blind-spot bias. The probability of one person Falling to recognize your own adopting a belief increases cognitive biases is a bias in based on the number of people itself. People notice cognitive who hold that belief. This is a and motivational biases much powerful form of groupthink more in others than in and is reason why meetings themselves. are often unproductive.