The common biases that distort your perception are: - Deepstash

The common biases that distort your perception are:

1. Confirmation bias - You look for evidence that confirms your beliefs

2. Conviction bias - You convince yourself your beliefs are the right ones

3. Appearance bias - You think you can see people as they really are 

4. Group bias - You follow the herd

5. Superiority bias - You think you are more rational than others

6. Blame bias - You blame others for your mistakes

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