Human decision makers use mental shortcuts (heuristics) to simplify and solve problems quickly and efficiently. While heuristics are useful and effective in many situations, they can also lead to unconscious psychological influences on our decision making, so called ‘cognitive biases'. These biases can affect the quality and accuracy of decisions.
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