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Conjunction Fallacy: Closer Look at Irrational Choices

As humans, we make countless decisions every day. Some choices are as simple as deciding what to have for breakfast, while others involve complex financial, legal, and ethical considerations. But what if I told you that many of our decisions are influenced by a cognitive bias called the conjunction fallacy? In this post, we will explore the fascinating world of the conjunction fallacy and its impact on our daily lives.

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Illusion of Control: Everything is Under Control

As human beings, we all like to believe that we have control in our lives. But what if I told you that this desire for control is often more illusion than reality? The Illusion of Control can catch you off-guard, making it challenging to thrive in life. This blog post will provide insights, practical examples, and strategies to help you find a balance between control and embracing the beauty of letting go.

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Cognitive Illusion: Altered Judgement and its Consequences

Cognitive illusion is defined as: “Perception, Judgment, or memory that deviates from reality.” It is an altered perception of a particular situation where the person is unaware that they are not acknowledging reality. It is a challenging task to identify illusions as thoughts are not tangible and can’t be measured. This blog post will provide insights into common cognitive illusions and how they alter our perception.

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