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The Plato Project Jul 3
✨PLATO PROGRESS✨ The Plato team are delighted to announce that ethical approval has been granted from the University of Aberdeen. We aim to go LIVE mid-August - further info on our inclusion criteria will be posted next week.
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SiloSurveyor 8h
you care about fake news, extremism, critical reasoning, indoctrination. How about doing a little awareness as part of every lesson? RT please ?
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Jenny @ π•½π–†π–“π–‰π–”π–’π•Ύπ–ˆπ–”π–™π–™π–Žπ–˜π–π•³π–Žπ–˜π–™π–”π–—π–ž Jul 4
I wouldn't recommend wasting your time wi this one. Isn't taking any notice of what I'm saying to him... πŸ™„
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Kerrin Begg Jul 4
Cognitive Bias and Public Health Policy During the COVID-19 Pandemic | Critical Care Medicine | JAMA | JAMA Network in for ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩
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Joe Auriemma 1h
, I would like everyone to pay attention to how quickly, Sandra moved off the positive news about the president, & did not focus enough on the killings of Black on Black& what could be done, but right to the COVID 19 Point being,Know who& what Ur listening to.
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SiloSurveyor Jul 4
must be taught to children at school. It is the root of racism, extremism, conspiracy theory and dogma. Understanding of bias is vital for Kids to make sense of a polarised world dominated by social media and to promote critical thinking
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Rhea Liang Jul 4
πŸ€£πŸ‘ Just like almost everyone rates themselves as an 'above average driver'.
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Nicole Yershon Jul 4
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任思麒 Kandice Z. 4h
(Adulthood ) Valuing Conviction over Knowledge. Conspiracy theories on the internet | DW Documentary via
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BrainyTab 14h
Confirmation bias Learn a every time you open a new tab -
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Technology Aloha 2h
There are many kinds of . Taking strides to remove it will result in for your business and your life.
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Carol Udell @ Canadian Viewpoint #MRX fieldwork Jul 5
Conducting research is easy… if you understand hundreds of cognitive biases!
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Ruchi Saxena 24h
We fail every minute despite incomparable potential because we are confined in the dark cells created by self. Victims of self-doubt, we sell ourselves short, sulk in agony and constantly live in denial, therefore retreat again and again to the available limited.
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Harry Evans Jun 30
Weight gain during lockdown may have more to do with psychology and non-conscious biases than we think...so I thought I’d write about it!
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Behavioural Insights Now Jul 1
Reference Class Forecasting: inside your budget, outside your boardoom Put simply: when estimating, we don’t take enough known external factors into consideration, and get too cocky on our own β€œspecial” knowledge.
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Sue Evans, MD Jun 30
congrats ! So pleased to have her expertise in our session 7/14 at 4:30 EST on !! also + complete the crew. 😊
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Pallav Kaushish 22h
Want to see the Peak-end rule in action? The task management app uses it in their app by deploying flying unicorns. Take a look.
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Steve Haffner Jun 28
Fact: How selfish or unselfish you are in a given situation can be based solely on an external influence that you had no idea had an effect on you. And some people are experts at controlling those influences. So beware.
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Hawkins Gay 1h
Why do people fear a lack ventilators more than a lack of social distancing, contact tracing, etc.? Cognitive Bias and Public Health Policy During the COVID-19 Pandemic
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Converging Perspectives 17h
"There's never been a president that..." w Stephen Fry via
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