Common Cognitive Biases: Part 2

Overestimating the frequency or likelihood of events that are readily accessible is known as availability bias (e.g., more vivid events are easier to recall, so they are more available).

Recency bias is the tendency to overestimate the likelihood of recent events happening in the future.

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