UNDERSTANDING BIASES

On a late night, while returning from a movie, your child was hungry. It was too late and all the shops were closed. You came across a food van which had only a burger. You bought that for your child but at the same time, an old lady begged you for some food. Who would you give that burger to?

 

Being biased is the action of allowing personal opinions to influence our judgement. It is a flaw in our reasoning that can lead to wrong conclusions. Cognitive training can help minimize cognitive biases in thinking. So, help your child make fair decisions by understanding biases.