THOMAS KIDA ~ DON’T BELIEVE EVERYTHING YOU THINK

~ WPSTS ~ We Prefer Stories To Statistics

~ WSTC ~ We Seek To Confirm

~ WRATROCACIL ~ We Rarely Appreciate The Role Of Chance And Coincidence In Life

~ WCMOW ~ We Can Misperceive Our World

~ WO ~ We Oversimplify

~ WHFM ~ We Have Faulty Memories

~ EIWKTS-WLPSAUM ~ Even If We Know The Statistics – We Let Personal Stories Affect Us More

~ WWTBTTHFAR ~ We Want To Believe That Things Happen For A Reason

~ WHAIDTFCAER ~ We Have An Ingrained Desire To Find Cause And Effect Relationships

~ OSCBD ~ Our Senses Can Be Deceived

~ CBEEAESQCIOMOPE ~ Current Beliefs, Expectations, Environment, And Even Suggestive Questioning Can Influence Our Memory Of Past Events

~ IMATTOMAAROTP ~ It’s More Accurate To Think Of Memory As A Reconstruction Of The Past

~ TFSIMBDITITPIOT ~ The First Step In Making Better Decisions Is To Identify The Pitfalls In Our Thinking

~ ECREE ~ Extraordinary Claims Require Extraordinary Evidence

~ TAF-WCE-SEGWTNO ~ Time After Time – When Critically Examined – Supernatural Explanations Give Way To Natural Ones

~ CWBFSE?-ACAODSTWC ~ Can We Be Fooled So Easily? – A Considerable Amount Of Data Says That We Can

~ STTAT ~ Seeing Things That Aren’t There

~ WOHBNBOTEFTB-BBTMUFG ~ We Often Hold Beliefs Not Because Of The Evidence For Those Beliefs – But Because They Make Us Feel Good

~ CINC ~ Correlation Is Not Causation

~ ROAIIOOTMCOEB ~ Relying On Anecdotal Information Is One Of The Main Causes Of Erroneous Beliefs

~ MINOOM ~ Money Is Not Our Only Motivator

~ WHANTTC ~ We Have A Natural Tendency To Confirm

~ MOUBTOSADTWWD-AOFADTEE ~ Many Of Us Believe That Our Successes Are Due To What We Did – And Our Failures Are Due To External Events

~ WWMMADIWROSPIOIP ~ We Would Make More Accurate Decision If We Relied On Statistical Predictions Instead Of Intuitive Predictions

~ WHAUTTOAF ~ We Have An Underlying Tendency To Obey Authority Figures

~ WAQTAOORIWTWCOTWOAAF ~ We Are Quick To Absolve Ourselves Of Responsibility If We Think We’re Carrying Out The Wishes Of An Authority Figure

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