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“Everyone is responsible for their own behaviour… Except me!”
"When making a decision, I have too much confidence in machines, and tend to neglect my own judgement."
“I see myself described accurately in vague and generic descriptions of personality."
“I misjudge the probability of an event by ignoring important background information.”
“If it corresponds to my knowledge and beliefs, it must be true.”
“When I research a topic, I favour information that supports my hypothesis and ignore information that contradicts it.”
“I judge it to be more probable that two events will occur together than that one of them will occur alone.”
“I keep going in the wrong direction despite increasingly negative results.”
"I believe that social groups have a distinct and unchanging essence."
"When I must find a solution to a problem, I become fixated on the first idea or perspective that comes to mind, to the detriment of other possibilities."
“I explain the actions of a person through their personal characteristics while underestimating the influence of the situation.”
“I use a first impression to draw a ‘bigger picture’ conclusion.”
"I am under the impression that I know and understand more than what I really know and understand."
“I am convinced there is a link between two events I have witnessed, but they are not related.”
"When we think about how we will react to possible future events, we tend to overestimate both the intensity and duration of our emotions."
"When someone does something, like cut me off in traffic, I assume they did it on purpose."
"We care less about future experiences than we do about near ones. "
“I tend to underestimate the differences among members of a group when I am not part of it.”
"I don’t notice plants in my environment, and I don’t recognize their importance. I think they are inferior to animals."
"I judge repeated information as being more likely to be true than new information."
“Women are gentle and motherly, so it's normal for them to stay home to take care of the children.”
"I remember interrupted or ongoing tasks and problems more easily than I remember ones that are completed or solved."
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