I'll start with a disclaimer: I am not a psychologist nor psychiatrist, however, I started gathering interest into how our mind works. My current knowledge comes from what the "Pick Up Scene" is ...
Hastie & Dawes (2009) claims that humans judge whether an instance belongs to a class using the contrast model, where "we perceive similarity by making (very rapid) comparisons of the attributes ...
I've recently been dabbling in the behavioral literature, reading about cognitive biases such an anchoring, when one of my friends asked me how this phenomenon differed from the classical cognitive ...
Anchoring is a well-known phenomenon . However, I just ran an experiment where the effect seemingly backfired. Basically, I asked people to estimate the number of jelly beans in a jar. In my anchor ...