Behavioural Sciences

24 cognitive biases that are warping your perception of reality

A graphic has been created which 'describes 24 of the key biases that warp our sense of reality.' Image: UNSPLASH/GRAY

Jeff Desjardins

Editor-in-Chief, Visual Capitalist

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