Logical & Critical thinking (Reasoning Fallacies (Time Saving Bias…
Logical & Critical thinking
How we are presented a problem affects our way of thinking
Time Saving Bias
Accelerating more will not proportionately make journey shorter
Judge probability with just a few examples at hand
Mental shortcuts to simplify decision making
Look for what is readily available and not search for better possibilities
Form opinion and search for logics to prove this
Only think in terms of ones experiences
Same situation different responses.
Planning done not on problem but on the basis of how it is presented.
Try flipping the argument from positive to negative and negative to positive