Affective and cognitive biases are two types of decision-making errors that can have a significant impact on your life.
They often work together to distort the way you see things, which leads to poor decisions about everything from what career path to take, or how much money you should spend on something.
In this blog post we will discuss both affective and cognitive biases, as well as provide guidance for overcoming them in order to make better decisions. where situations avoiding and them overcoming at chance best the want you if key is operate biases cognitive these how Knowing.
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