Cue-Dependent Forgetting : remembering... - Deepstash

Cue-Dependent Forgetting: remembering certain things by thinking of equivalent memories.

Frequency Ilussion / Baader-Meinhof Phenomenon: if you see something once and start paying attention to it, you will see it more often, if you buy a car you will see the same car more often.

Empathy Gap: we are bad at empathizing with others, but expect others to empathize with us.

Bizarreness Effect: we remember bizarre things better than normal things.

Humor Effect: we remember things with humor better than without.

Von Restorff Effect: we remember one striking thing in a series of equivalent things better.


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We are inclined to believe that complex solutions and explanations are better than simple ones. The perception of complexity often leads to avoidance.

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