Confirmation bias is the brain’s desire to prove itself right... - Deepstash

  • Confirmation bias is the brain’s desire to prove itself right by confirming its assumptions.
  • In the IKEA effect, people value things more when they put effort into them.
  • The fundamental attribution error happens when people judge others based solely on their actions and fail to consider external factors.

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