In this class we talked about the potential neurological bases of some of the biases weve been discussing all semester. Its a big question: Are we endowed with our cognitive biases from nature, or do we acquire them through life as a function of our environment? Does that affect whether or not they can be overcome? (In other words, is it possible to short-circuit even a bias with deep evolutionary or neurological roots?) Are some biases more difficult to overcome than others? If so, which ones?
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