Monday, 17 May 2010

Why People Are Wrong

A Visual Study Guide to Cognitive Biases
Cognitive biases are psychological tendencies that cause the human brain to draw incorrect conclusions.

I shall be printing this out and commiting it all to memory just to be even more aggravating when you are arguing with me...

Ah, Dunning-Kruger where would my superiority be without you?

Via Boing Boing

Update: Edited to correct a spelling mistake. Obviously I think my spelling is much better than it is and didn't bother to proof-read my article.


Joe said...

Would it be incorrect to say that conitive should be cognitive?

Joe said...

Now you've made my comment go from pedantic to bizarre!

Mickielove said...

'conitive' - that should be a new word we could introduce whenever a rabbit related item appears - maybe as scarce as a goat related one but hey you have to start somewhere.