Cognitive bias cheat sheet, simplified

Thinking is hard because of 4 universal conundrums.

By John Manoogian III. Get the poster: http://bit.ly/bias-poster

Four months ago I attempted to synthesize Wikipedia’s crazy list of cognitive biases, and after banging my head against the wall for weeks, came up with this Cognitive Bias Cheat Sheet which John Manoogian III beautifully organized into the above poster. It’s a 12-minute read, and I didn’t actually expect anyone

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Buster Benson

Buster Benson

Author of Why Are We Yelling? The Art of Productive Disagreement. I run new.750words.com. Previously product at Patreon, Slack, Twitter, and Amazon.

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