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Cognitive Bias
Recency Bias (Tversky & Kahneman)
Summary: Recency bias is type of cognitive bias that gives emphasis or greater importance for events that happened recently over ones [...] Read More
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Cognitive Bias
Dunning-Krueger Effect
The Dunning-Krueger Effect is a cognitive bias that provides people with limited competence the illusion that they are better than [...] Read More
Cognitive Bias
Confirmation Bias (Wason)
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Learning Theories & Models
Situated Learning Theory (Lave)
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