Confirmation Bias

Your Brain’s Shortcut to protect itself

I’m sure you know by now, that we humans, do crazy things. Any studying of psychology and the sub-conscious will quickly show you this. We do things that, in hindsight don’t even make sense. Like-at all. One thing we do that has always fascinated me is called confirmation Bias. By definition it is:

The tendency to search for, interpret, favor, and recall information

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Whitney Virginia Morgan

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freelance writer l English lit major l blogger l poet I student of life Email: whitvmo@gmail.com

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