Cognitive bias sorting

What is a bias?

How can we sort biases?



Wikipedia bias list sorting

  1. Decision-making, belief, and behavioral biases
  2. Social biases
  3. Memory errors and biases

Cards that autogenerate using a Wikipedia list:

Wiki cards. Made for easy print:

Bias Codex

My own cards

Ux in Lux cards


Sitback bias cards
  1. Planning
  2. Observing
  3. Designing
  1. Participant
  2. Researcher

Cognitive Bias Cards For Learning Practitioners
  1. Behavior change
  2. Performance improvement
  3. Learning retention/recall
  4. Critical thinking/problem
  5. Solving
Mental Notes — Psychology on the Web Card Deck

TitleMax cards
  1. Memory
  2. Social
  3. Learning
  4. Belief
  5. Money
  6. Politics

A Visual Study Guide to Cognitive Biases

  1. Social biases
  2. Memory biases
  3. Decision-making biases
  4. Probability/belief biases

acaps biases
  1. Selection Biases
  2. Social Biases
  3. Process Biases

Complicated categorizations only for lab use

Bias categories for biomedical scientists
  1. Selection bias
  2. Information bias
  3. Execution of an intervention

A Task-Based Taxonomy of Cognitive Biases for Information Visualization

Studying Biases in Visualization Research: Framework and Methods

A Neural Network Framework for Cognitive Bias

  1. Association
  2. Compatibility
  3. Retainment
  4. Focus

Evolutionary psychology bias sorting
  1. Judgment of threat
  2. Evaluation of interpersonal relationships
  3. Evaluation of the self





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