Episode from the podcastThe Left of Greg Podcast

#096: Cryptid's and Stereotypes

Released Tuesday, 3rd November 2020
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In today’s episode,  Greg and Brian are talking about cognitive biases, mythical creatures and stereotypes. They discuss why humans use stereotypes, what they are used for, and whether or not they’re any good.
Later in the episode, Greg explains what he calls “Primed-Recognition Decision Making” and then they discuss why people often jump to Unreasonable conclusions when presented with a small amount of evidence.  
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