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Visualising every single cognitive bias

Cognitive biases can relate to hundreds of sub-biases. Image: Unsplash/ Brooke Cagle

Jeff Desjardins

Editor-in-Chief, Visual Capitalist

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There are hundreds of types of cognitive bias. Image: https://www.visualcapitalist.com/every-single-cognitive-bias/

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