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  • Cognitive Biases (6)
[𝙄𝙡𝙡𝙪𝙨𝙤𝙧𝙮 𝙩𝙧𝙪𝙩𝙝 𝙚𝙛𝙛𝙚𝙘𝙩]: The illusion of truth is a mechanism by which one comes to believe something is true when it’s not. In fact, they don’t just believe it; they also defend it as true. Also, they close themselves off to the possibility that it might be false.

The illusion of truth, also called the illusory truth effect, occurs because there’s a flaw in the processing of reality. As humans, we have the tendency to say that familiar things are true.

The effect works because when people attempt to assess truth they rely on two things: whether the information jibes with their understanding, and whether it feels familiar. The first condition is logical: People compare new information with what they already know to be true and consider the credibility of both sources. But researchers have found that familiarity can trump rationality—so much so that hearing over and over again that a certain fact is wrong can have a paradoxical effect. It's so familiar that it starts to feel right.

Implicit memory is present, for example, when you tie your shoes. At first, you learn how to do it. Later, you perform this task mechanically, automatically. If you have to tie something other than your shoes, you’ll probably use the same technique, even if it’s not the best one for the job. In other words, you tend to create models in order to apply them to different situations

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  • Cognitive Biases (6)
    [𝙄𝙡𝙡𝙪𝙨𝙤𝙧𝙮 𝙩𝙧𝙪𝙩𝙝 𝙚𝙛𝙛𝙚𝙘𝙩]: The illusion of truth is a mechanism by which one comes to believe something is true when it’s not. In fact, they don’t just believe it; they also defend it as true. Also, they close themselves off to the possibility that it might be false.

    The illusion of truth, also called the illusory truth effect, occurs because there’s a flaw in the processing of reality. As humans, we have the tendency to say that familiar things are true.

    The effect works because when people attempt to assess truth they rely on two things: whether the information jibes with their understanding, and whether it feels familiar. The first condition is logical: People compare new information with what they already know to be true and consider the credibility of both sources. But researchers have found that familiarity can trump rationality—so much so that hearing over and over again that a certain fact is wrong can have a paradoxical effect. It's so familiar that it starts to feel right.

    Implicit memory is present, for example, when you tie your shoes. At first, you learn how to do it. Later, you perform this task mechanically, automatically. If you have to tie something other than your shoes, you’ll probably use the same technique, even if it’s not the best one for the job. In other words, you tend to create models in order to apply them to different situations

    #inspiroindia #iiframe #moodyindia #yoirshotindia #_soi #_coi #indianphotography #mypixeldiary #streetphotographyindia #SPicollective #streetphotography #photographers_of_india #Filmwave #vsco #vscokerala #vscoindia #myvintagetones #agameoftones #cognitivebias #shotononeplus
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