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Is a cognitive bias that impacts how people remember past events.
We don’t remember experiences accurately. Rather, we tend to recall the highlights and how things end. This applies for both positive and negatives experiences.
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Is the tendency to over-value the effect of small quantitative differences when comparing options.
For example: we think a 1,200 square foot home will make us happier than a 1,000 square foot home. We think earning $70,000 a year will make us happier than earning $60,000 a year.
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Although there may be detrimental effects of listening to music while working, listening to music in between tasks can boost your mental performance and the ability to concentrate on a task for long periods of time.
Extrinsic motivation relies upon factors outside ourselves, such as the approval of others, to provide an incentive for action.
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