How much does cognitive bias change people's perception? Well, the history of computing would be a lot different.
When we don't know the reasons behind our choices, we confabulate.
One day in 1995, a large, heavy middle-aged man robbed two Pittsburgh banks in broad daylight. He didn’t wear a mask or any sort of disguise. And he smiled at […]
80% of adults are overly optimistic about life—where does that cognitive bias come from?
Natural selection has left us with a world of optimists—is this healthy?
A key cognitive bias isn’t a bug, it’s just operator error (and easily correctable by using reason as nature intended).
"My theory is true, if I do say so myself." SPOT stands for “Spontaneous Preference For Own Theories,” and it’s a newly identified cognitive bias.