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A cognitive bias that causes people to mistakenly believe that one party’s gains are directly balanced by other parties’ losses.
To reduce the degree to which you experience the zero-sum bias, you need to identify cases where you assume that a certain situation is zero-sum, and then assess the situation rationally in order to identify whether it is actually zero-sum, which you can do, for example, by asking yours...
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