From what you’ll eat throughout the day to whether you should make a big career move, research suggests that there are a number of cognitive stumbling blocks that affect your behavior, and they can prevent you from acting in your own best interests.
Here, we’ve rounded up the most common biases that screw up our decision-making.
Via Barry Ritholtz
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20 Cognitive Biases
Source: Business Insider