A cognitive bias is a mistake in reasoning, evaluating, remembering, or other cognitive process, often occurring as a result of holding onto one's preferences and beliefs regardless of contrary information.Psychologists study cognitive biases as they relate to memory, reasoning, and decision-making.
Cognitive Bias vs. Logical Fallacy. … A logical fallacy stems from an error in a logical argument, while a cognitive bias is rooted in thought processing errors often arising from problems with memory, attention, attribution, and other mental mistakes.
Charlie’s Reason for Interest in Psychology
Some Random phrases to provoke thought this morning. 🙂
It’s Not Brain Surgery
A task that’s easy to accomplish, a thing lacking complexity.
it’s not rocket science
If something is not rocket science,
it is not difficult to understand.
It’s your funeral
The phrase It’s your funeral!
is used to mean that if someone has to face the consequences of his or her actions.
An attempt that has little chance of success.
A person that is crazy or behaving in an idiotic way
— Brian Weiss
Great message indeed. I am an advocate of NOT CLINGING TO PAST BAGGAGE or BAGASSE’. I believe in throwing it will all our might in the sky from where it does never return.
I also believe in Forgive ….. no not forget… I still have some past memories that I can not forget but they remain with me as learnings and I quote them transparently as my failures, my learnings, and experience to my mentees (masking names or any reference which will reveal People’s identities. I believe in Top Secret Confidentiality while dealing with mentees or people who come for coaching/ consulting. It is very important to maintain this as it keeps the TRUST sustainable and trust for me is Binary – Trust or No Trust. I do not attach Degrees, or percentages to Trust. That’s my nature.
Much overused and modified Quote of Dr. Seuss I thought by the Pseudo intellectuals 1