......otherwise known to actual psychologists as the CONFIRMATION BIAS.....

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Confirmation Bias – It’s Not What We Think We Know That Counts

For a lot of folks, sadly, affirmation of their biases is more important than the truth.

For example: No L your not a whore. I know everyone says you are cause you literally sleep with EVERYONE

Confirmation Bias

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20 biases in one slide: (some may not be very apt) Anchor Availability Band wagon Blind spot Choice Cluster Conservatism Confirmation Ostrich Outcome Overconfidence Salience Selection Survivor

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confirmation bias - makes it hard to find the actual truth. hmm....

Cognitive Bias Cartoon: Confirmation bias by JG Jim Gill drawing comics: everything you look for and all that you perceive has a way of proving whatever you believe

“If one were to attempt to identify a single problematic aspect of human reasoning that deserves attention above all others, the confirmation bias would have to be among the candidates for consideration. Many have written about this bias, and it appears to be sufficiently strong and pervasive that one is led to wonder whether the bias, by itself, might account for a significant fraction of the disputes, altercations, and misunderstandings that occur among individuals, groups, and nations.”

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