- Oct 2020
IZA – Institute of Labor Economics. ‘COVID-19 and the Labor Market’. Accessed 6 October 2020. https://covid-19.iza.org/publications/dp13745/.
- face mask
- demographic characteristics
- United States
- socioeconomic characteristics
- mask wearing
- risk perception biases
- longitudinal study
- social distancing
- social preferences
- cognitive biases
- Sep 2018
most commonly creep into the decision-making process.
I think, that we need to understand, how do our brains work, because it is part of us, which creates ourselves. There is the list of 7 most commonly creep cognitive biases into the decision- making process. " Progress bias
What it is: Where we give more credit to our good actions even if they’re outweighed by the bad.
What it is: Where we’re more likely to believe information that confirms opinions we already have.
What it is: Where we only pay attention to people or things that succeeded and ignore all those who didn’t.
What it is: When confidence and experience are mismatched.
What it is: Where we place much higher value on things we’ve personally worked on.
What it is: Where we underestimate the time we need to complete a task.
What it is: Where we believe that if something can be recalled it must be important. "