Cognitive Bias Cheat Sheet

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Do you ever worry that, as carefully as you think something through, you might be missing something? Are you concerned you might be fooling yourself? Is there something about something that someone claims that doesn’t seem right; or, does it all sound too good to be true? There are a million ways you can deceive yourself (and one of them is by exaggerating for effect); how do you know that you aren’t engaging in one of them?

You could know if you have this handy-dandy cognitive cheat sheet. It classifies all the most common errors in thought and links you to extended articles about them. There’s even a chart that lays it all out. Click here to see.

Published by Keith R Wilson

I'm a licensed mental health counselor and certified alcohol and substance abuse counselor in private practice with more than 30 years experience. My newest book is The Road to Reconciliation: A Comprehensive Guide to Peace When Relationships Go Bad. I recently published a workbook connected to it titled, How to Make an Apology You’ll Never Have to Make Again. I also have another self help book, Constructive Conflict: Building Something Good Out of All Those Arguments. I’ve also published two novels, a satire of the mental health field: Fate’s Janitors: Mopping Up Madness at a Mental Health Clinic, and Intersections , which takes readers on a road trip with a suicidal therapist. If you prefer your reading in easily digestible bits, with or without with pictures, I have created a Twitter account @theshrinkslinks. MyFacebook page is called Keith R Wilson – Author.

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