Peter and Mirta’s series on cognitive biases continues!
There are a few different cognitive biases that have a powerful influence on how you think, how you feel, and how you behave. Each episode will touch on a different bias. So make sure you tune in to them all!
This week Peter and Mirta talk about the Fallacy of division, which is a cognitive bias that occurs when a person reasons that something that is true for a whole must also be true of all or some of its parts.
For example: If a cake is moist that must mean that all the ingredients of the cake are moist. This is very much not the case, as flour, sugar and a bunch of other ingredients are, in fact, dry.
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