Cognitive Bias — Part 4
Cognitive Biases: 6 more to explore
The fourth part of the Cognitive Bias UX Knowledge Base Sketch series describes these cognitive biases:
- IKEA Effect
- Survivorship Bias
- Ambiguity Effect
- Peak-End Rule
- Observer-Expectancy Effect
- Attentional Bias
Recommended Reading & Useful Links
- User Memory Design: How To Design For Experiences That Last
- Design principles: Selection bias
- Avoiding Bias from the Survivor Effect
- Overcoming survivorship bias in data-driven experience design
- Overcoming bias in research and product design
- 6 common cognitive biases UXers should know
- Cognitive Biases in Digital: Why users are irrational and how to design for it (Part 1)
- Attentional Bias and Your Decisions
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