48 notes tagged with "meta-cognition"

5 Whys

Ask yourself why recursively about a problem 5 times. This will lead you to root cause of the problem. It will take you down the cause and…

Tagged with: #permanent-notes, #framework, #problem-solving, #meta-cognition

Published on a year ago

Assume Criticism to be True

When receiving criticism, just accept it in the initial stage. Hear out the criticism assuming it is true. You can analyze it later. By…

Tagged with: #permanent-notes, #behavior, #feedback, #psychology, #meta-cognition

Published on a year ago

Binary Framing

People rethink less when an issue is presented as black and white. But many activism movements tend to employ a binary framing. You are…

Tagged with: #permanent-notes, #meta-cognition, #persuasion, #psychology

Published on a year ago

Confirmation Bias

Confirmation bias is the tendency to... search for interpret favorably favor recall information ... data/evidence in a way that confirms or…

Tagged with: #permanent-notes, #cognitive-bias, #psychology, #meta-cognition

Published on a year ago

Critical Thinking Framework - CAMPER

Use this framework when consuming content to practice critical thinking. Use this when you immediately agree/disagre with the content(that…

Tagged with: #permanent-notes, #framework, #thinking, #meta-cognition

Published on 2 years ago

Fast Thinking Exploits

People make different decisions if they pause and think about the decision vs when they react immediately. [ Thinking Fast and Slow|System…

Tagged with: #meta-cognition, #permanent-notes, #behavior, #psychology

Published on a year ago

Flaws in Human Thinking

Wishful thinking : Prioritize information that puts yourself in a good light - and ignore the distressing aspects. Conservatism : Difficulty…

Tagged with: #literature-notes, #cognition, #meta-cognition, #psychology

Published on 2 years ago

Focus Difference in System 1 and System 2

When we encounter an easy problem we are relaxed/not focused. In this mode, the [ Thinking Fast and Slow|System 1 ] thinking is strengthened…

Tagged with: #permanent-notes, #focus, #thinking, #meta-cognition, #psychology

Published on a year ago

Fundamental Attribution Error

We attribute the reason of our own(or of our friends) failures to the environment, but the failures of others(or our enemies) to their…

Tagged with: #meta-cognition, #cognitive-bias, #psychology, #behavior, #permanent-notes

Published on a year ago

Hindsight Bias

People tend to think that events could have been easily predictable AFTER the outcome is clear. The certainty that people attribute to their…

Tagged with: #permanent-notes, #psychology, #cognitive-bias, #meta-cognition

Published on a year ago

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