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Series: What Is Unconscious Bias?


Confirmation, Bandwagon and Survivorship Bias

Confirmation, Bandwagon and Survivorship Bias

Every day, your brain relies on biases to gamble on making good choices. But sometimes, biases can prompt you to make bad decisions that you wouldn’t normally make. This video explores three common types of bias, explaining what they are and...Show More
How to Avoid Negative Biases

How to Avoid Negative Biases

Changing how our mind works can be a challenging task. But there are some ways that we can guard against our biased mind when decisions really matter. This video explores some strategies to counter unconscious biases, including critical thinking...Show More
The Dunning-Kruger Effect

The Dunning-Kruger Effect

The Dunning-Kruger effect is often used to argue that people who seem unqualified, or less intelligent, are typically over-confident in their skills. But is the Dunning-Kruger study itself based on biased science? This video explains the study,...Show More
Unconscious Bias in the Real World

Unconscious Bias in the Real World

Being biased isn’t always a bad thing, but our biased brains can also mislead us into thinking we’re making good decisions at important moments. This video explores how different types of biases and heuristics can affect peoples’ health,...Show More
We're All a Bit Biased

We're All a Bit Biased

Being biased is a part of life. But knowing when to put the brakes on biases and think about our decisions can make a big difference to living a better life. This video introduces viewers to the concept of unconscious bias, and how it can be both...Show More