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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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Centration: Pitfall of Narrow Focus

In psychology, centration is a cognitive phenomenon in which individuals unintentionally focus on a single aspect of a situation or problem while ignoring other relevant aspects. This concept was originally described by Jean Piaget as part of his intellectual development theory in children. However, centration affects individuals throughout their lives. This blog post provides some insights into adulthood centration, its impact, and examples observed in our daily lives.

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