#1: False Memory and Bias

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“Our perception of the world is deeply imperfect, our brains only bother to remember a tiny piece of what we actually experience, and every time we remember something we have the potential to change the memory we are accessing.”
– “What Experts Wish You Knew About False Memories: Just because you’re absolutely confident you remember something accurately doesn’t mean it’s true,” Scientific American, August 8, 2016


Are you a soldier or a scout? Interested in justifying/ defending, or identifying accuracy? Two primary mindsets that affect the way we process information in very different ways.


12 biases that affect the way you think, from io9