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Flashcards in Chapter 10 Intuition’s Dozen Deadly Sins (Perils) Deck (12):
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looking back on events, we falsely surmise that we knew it all along

Hindsight Bias

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intuitively perceiving a relationship where none exists

Illusory Correlation

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influenced by our present moods and by misinformation, we may form false memories

Memory Construction

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fast and frugal heuristics lead us into illogical and incorrect judgements

Representativeness and Availability

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our intuitive assessments of our own knowledge are often more confident than correct

Overconfidence

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thanks partly to our preference for confirming information, beliefs are often resilient, even after foundation is discredited

Belief Perseverance and Confirmation Bias

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judgements flip-flop, depending on how the same issue or information is posed

Framing

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inflated confidence in one's discernment based on interview alone

Interviewer Illusion

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we often mispredict the intensity and duration of our emotions

Mispredicting our own Feelings

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in various ways, we exhibit inflated self-assessments

Self-Serving Bias

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overly attributing others' behavior to their dispositions by discounting unnoticed situational forces

Fundamental Attribution Error

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our intuitive self-predictions often go astray

Mispredicting our own Behavior