JOSEPH HALLINAN ~ WHY WE MAKE MISTAKES ~ 2009

~ WLSLFEBWOBTWC ~ We Learn So Little From Experience Because We Often Blame The Wrong Cause

~ WSAFOWWTWS ~ We See A Fraction Of What We Think We See

~ W-N-O-AN-T-KB ~ We – Notice – On – A Need-To-Know Basis

~ WSWWETS ~ We See What We Expect To See

~ INTW-ITB ~ It’s Not The Wine – It’s The Bottle

~ DTBDCTB ~ Disclosing A Bias Doesn’t Cancel The Bias

~ AGMD-T-DECA-BW-F-O-LA-AI-ITWW ~ A Great Many Day-To-Day Errors Come About – Because We – Frame – Or – Look At – An Issue – In The Wrong Way

~ C-I-TGC-WLOIMMTWK ~ Context – Is – The Great Crutch – We Lean On It Much More Than We Know

~ WRDCTBOOU ~ We Really Do Come To Believe Our Own Untruths

~ WATWAA ~ We All Think Were Above Average

~ PRITHOE-AET-AEARQ ~ Pattern Recognition Is The Hallmark Of Expertise – Allowing Experts To – Anticipate Events And Respond Quickly

~ T-MOE-IOR-WFTLFOM:WHUTRC ~ The – Misattribution Of Errors – Is One Reason – We Fail To Learn From Our Mistakes: We Haven’t Understood Their Root Causes

~ TTLCICCHBIOPB ~ The Tiniest Little Change In Circumstance Can Have Big Impacts On People’s Behavior

~ IAHTSD ~ It Also Helps To Slow Down

~ WIF-PDAGWTTR ~ With Increasing Fatigue – People Demonstrate A Greater Willingness To Take Risks

~ HPTTBMCPS ~ Happy People Tend To Be More Creative Problem Solvers

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