Blind Spots (Cognitive Blind Spots)

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This could be one of the most useful pages you have ever discovered, especially if you fully endeavor to understand the errors of judgement on this page. Even better, you could choose to integrate any known solutions and "brain hacks" into your life experience.

A cognitive bias is a pattern of poor judgment, often triggered by a particular situation. Identifying "poor judgment," or more precisely, a "deviation in judgment," requires a standard for comparison, i.e. "good judgment".

To ztart, see the Theme Zoom List of Cognitive Blind Spots Brain

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