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Too much informationNot enough meaningNot enough meaningNeed to act fastWhat should we remember?#1 Availability heuristics#2 Attentional bias#3 Illusory truth effect#4 Mere-exposure effect#5 Context effect#6 Cue-dependent forgetting#7 Mood-congruent memory bias#8 Frequency illusion#9 Empathy gap#10 Omission bias#11 Base rate fallacy#12 Bizarreness effect#13 Humor effect#14 Picture superiority effect#15 Von Restorff effect#16 Self-reference effect#17 Negativity bias#18 Anchoring effect#19 Conservatism (belief revision)#20 Contrast effect#21 Distinction bias#22 Framing effect#23 Money illusion#24 Weber-Fechner Law#25 Confirmation bias#26 Congruence bias#27 Post-purchase rationalization#28 Selective perception#29 Observer-expectancy effect#30 Ostrich effect#31 Subjective validation#32 Continued influence effect#33 Bias blind spot#34 Clustering Illusion#35 Insensitivity to sample size#36 Neglect of probability#37 Anecdotal evidence#38 The illusion of validity#39 Recency illusion#40 Gambler’s fallacy#41 Hot hand fallacy#42 Illusory correlation#43 Group attribution error#44 Fundamental attribution error#45 Stereotype#46 Functional fixedness#47 Just-world fallacy#48 Authority bias#49 Automation bias#50 Bandwagon effect#51 Placebo#52 Out-group homogeneity#53 In-group favoritism#54 Halo effect#55 Positivity effect#56 Not invented here#57 Mental accounting#58 Normality bias#59 Survival bias#60 Subadditivity effect#61 The Magical Number 7+-2#62 Illusion of transparency#63 Curse of knowledge#64 Spotlight effect#65 Illusion of asymmetric insight#66 Hindsight bias#67 Planning fallacy#68 Pro-innovation bias#69 Overconfidence effect#70 Social desirability bias#71 Third-person effect#72 Consensus bias#73 Hard-easy effect#74 Dunning-Kruger effect#75 Barnum effect#76 Illusion of control#77 Illusory superiority#78 Risk compensation#79 Hyperbolic discounting#80 Appeal to novelty#81 Escalation of commitment#82 Generation effect#83 Loss aversion#84 IKEA effect#85 Unit bias#86 Zero-risk bias#87 Processing difficulty effect#88 Endowment effect#89 Backfire effect#90 System justification#91 Reactance#92 Decoy effect#93 Ambiguity effect#94 Information bias#95 Law of triviality#96 Conjunction fallacy#97 Less-is-better effect#98 Implicit stereotypes#99 Prejudice#100 Fading affect bias#101 Peak-end rule#102 Serial recall#103 List-length effect#104 Primacy effect#105 Serial-position effectUX CORE(UXC)Here you can find 105 hands-on examplesof using cognitive biases (thought patterns)in modern software product development.- Product value- Management value