A job interview is ultimately an interaction between two (or more) human beings.

So while we’d like to believe that our interviewers are immune to the psychological pitfalls that could cause them to misjudge us, they’re probably not.

Instead, they’re prone to do things like predict our professional performance based on the performance of similar people they know.

Here, we’ve rounded up seven cognitive biases that affect how your interviewer perceives you — and how likely you are to land the job.