Psychology of bias

by Glenn W Mills | 25 January 2013
The authors of this book examine the psychology of bias. Topics discussed in this compilation include biases in medical decision making; perceptual biases for the rapid detection of threats, their origin and implications for behaviour adaptability; the relationship between stimulus valence, emotional bias and behaviour; the bias toward cause and effect reasoning; the rightward perceptual bias for language processing; and the unseen role of juror bias implications.
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The authors of this book examine the psychology of bias. Topics discussed in this compilation include biases in medical decision making; perceptual biases for the rapid detection of threats, their origin and implications for behaviour adaptability; the relationship between stimulus valence, emotional bias and behaviour; the bias toward cause and effect reasoning; the rightward perceptual bias for language processing; and the unseen role of juror bias implications.
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