Cognitive Biases

Biases affect decision-making, probability judgment, and memory. Bias arises from various processes that are sometimes difficult to distinguish. These include information-processing shortcuts (heuristics), motivational factors and social influence. A cognitive bias is a person's tendency to make errors in judgment based on cognitive factors.1

Examples are:

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