Know-It-All May Suffer from Hindsight Bias - Neatorama
"I should have known...": Understanding Hindsight Bias in Grief
Calvin & Hobbes
Beating yourself up over the should have known moments in life is not the answer. Instead of jumping off of that pier of regret, consider the amount of possibilities that can come from your decisions.
The route you end up on in life only feels like a prediction met by the events that have led you up to this point.
Hindsight Bias - various worksheets (not looked at yet, pinned for later)
Hindsight bias is a normal and common psychological phenomenon that causes people to believe that past outcomes were predictable. #grief #psychology #shouldawouldacoulda #guilt #regret #blame #forgiveness
PRIMING, HALO EFFECT, HINDSIGHT BIAS - THINKING, FAST AND SLOW (PART 3)