50 Common Cognitive Biases (to be aware of if you want people to believe an argument)

by SpaceyTheMinotaur

This is going to be a somewhat controversial post, I understand, but some biases are extra-relevant to this sub: reactance, backfire effect, belief bias, confirmation bias, false memory, curse of knowledge, false consensus, and third-person effect.

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Things working AGAINST people who are telling the truth in this sub: sunk cost fallacy, authority bias, outgroup homogeneity bias, survivorship, ben franklin effect, suggestibility, blind spot bias, and quite a few others.

Definitely worth checking out/understanding!



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