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Depth Thinking – Bias Quiz

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Depth Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. SELECTIVE FOCUS: Searching for and focusing on information that confirms existing assumptions or beliefs and ignoring or dismissing evidence which doesn’t – a practice that can obscure reality.
  2. IMPRINTING: A tendency to latch on to and be heavily influenced by the first piece of information you come across. This influences subsequent judgment as there is a bias towards interpreting all other information according to this initial information.
  3. CHANGE BLINDNESS: Being blind to a changing context. Assuming that what has gone before will continue to be the case. Failing to recognise when the context changes which may render the past less relevant to the future.
  4. DETAIL DISTRACTION: Being lost in the sea of information without discerning what is the most helpful and relevant information to consider from within it. The important information may be drowned out or obscured due to the general noise surrounding it. Particularly evident when large volumes of information and data are amassed.
Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Depth Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. SELECTIVE FOCUS: Searching for and focusing on information that confirms existing assumptions or beliefs and ignoring or dismissing evidence which doesn’t – a practice that can obscure reality.
  2. DETAIL DISTRACTION: Being lost in the sea of information without discerning what is the most helpful and relevant information to consider from within it. The important information may be drowned out or obscured due to the general noise surrounding it. Particularly evident when large volumes of information and data are amassed.
  3. CHANGE BLINDNESS: Being blind to a changing context. Assuming that what has gone before will continue to be the case. Failing to recognise when the context changes which may render the past less relevant to the future.
  4. IMPRINTING: A tendency to latch on to and be heavily influenced by the first piece of information you come across. This influences subsequent judgment as there is a bias towards interpreting all other information according to this initial information.
What could you do to overcome or guard against the bias and pitfalls of your top choice?

patiently listen to all information

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Depth Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. SELECTIVE FOCUS: Searching for and focusing on information that confirms existing assumptions or beliefs and ignoring or dismissing evidence which doesn’t – a practice that can obscure reality.
  2. IMPRINTING: A tendency to latch on to and be heavily influenced by the first piece of information you come across. This influences subsequent judgment as there is a bias towards interpreting all other information according to this initial information.
  3. CHANGE BLINDNESS: Being blind to a changing context. Assuming that what has gone before will continue to be the case. Failing to recognise when the context changes which may render the past less relevant to the future.
  4. DETAIL DISTRACTION: Being lost in the sea of information without discerning what is the most helpful and relevant information to consider from within it. The important information may be drowned out or obscured due to the general noise surrounding it. Particularly evident when large volumes of information and data are amassed.
Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Depth Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. SELECTIVE FOCUS: Searching for and focusing on information that confirms existing assumptions or beliefs and ignoring or dismissing evidence which doesn’t – a practice that can obscure reality.
  2. IMPRINTING: A tendency to latch on to and be heavily influenced by the first piece of information you come across. This influences subsequent judgment as there is a bias towards interpreting all other information according to this initial information.
  3. CHANGE BLINDNESS: Being blind to a changing context. Assuming that what has gone before will continue to be the case. Failing to recognise when the context changes which may render the past less relevant to the future.
  4. DETAIL DISTRACTION: Being lost in the sea of information without discerning what is the most helpful and relevant information to consider from within it. The important information may be drowned out or obscured due to the general noise surrounding it. Particularly evident when large volumes of information and data are amassed.
Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Depth Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. SELECTIVE FOCUS: Searching for and focusing on information that confirms existing assumptions or beliefs and ignoring or dismissing evidence which doesn’t – a practice that can obscure reality.
  2. IMPRINTING: A tendency to latch on to and be heavily influenced by the first piece of information you come across. This influences subsequent judgment as there is a bias towards interpreting all other information according to this initial information.
  3. CHANGE BLINDNESS: Being blind to a changing context. Assuming that what has gone before will continue to be the case. Failing to recognise when the context changes which may render the past less relevant to the future.
  4. DETAIL DISTRACTION: Being lost in the sea of information without discerning what is the most helpful and relevant information to consider from within it. The important information may be drowned out or obscured due to the general noise surrounding it. Particularly evident when large volumes of information and data are amassed.
Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Depth Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. SELECTIVE FOCUS: Searching for and focusing on information that confirms existing assumptions or beliefs and ignoring or dismissing evidence which doesn’t – a practice that can obscure reality.
  2. IMPRINTING: A tendency to latch on to and be heavily influenced by the first piece of information you come across. This influences subsequent judgment as there is a bias towards interpreting all other information according to this initial information.
  3. CHANGE BLINDNESS: Being blind to a changing context. Assuming that what has gone before will continue to be the case. Failing to recognise when the context changes which may render the past less relevant to the future.
  4. DETAIL DISTRACTION: Being lost in the sea of information without discerning what is the most helpful and relevant information to consider from within it. The important information may be drowned out or obscured due to the general noise surrounding it. Particularly evident when large volumes of information and data are amassed.
What could you do to overcome or guard against the bias and pitfalls of your top choice?

dgsg

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Depth Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. SELECTIVE FOCUS: Searching for and focusing on information that confirms existing assumptions or beliefs and ignoring or dismissing evidence which doesn’t – a practice that can obscure reality.
  2. IMPRINTING: A tendency to latch on to and be heavily influenced by the first piece of information you come across. This influences subsequent judgment as there is a bias towards interpreting all other information according to this initial information.
  3. CHANGE BLINDNESS: Being blind to a changing context. Assuming that what has gone before will continue to be the case. Failing to recognise when the context changes which may render the past less relevant to the future.
  4. DETAIL DISTRACTION: Being lost in the sea of information without discerning what is the most helpful and relevant information to consider from within it. The important information may be drowned out or obscured due to the general noise surrounding it. Particularly evident when large volumes of information and data are amassed.
Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Depth Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. SELECTIVE FOCUS: Searching for and focusing on information that confirms existing assumptions or beliefs and ignoring or dismissing evidence which doesn’t – a practice that can obscure reality.
  2. IMPRINTING: A tendency to latch on to and be heavily influenced by the first piece of information you come across. This influences subsequent judgment as there is a bias towards interpreting all other information according to this initial information.
  3. CHANGE BLINDNESS: Being blind to a changing context. Assuming that what has gone before will continue to be the case. Failing to recognise when the context changes which may render the past less relevant to the future.
  4. DETAIL DISTRACTION: Being lost in the sea of information without discerning what is the most helpful and relevant information to consider from within it. The important information may be drowned out or obscured due to the general noise surrounding it. Particularly evident when large volumes of information and data are amassed.
Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Depth Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. IMPRINTING: A tendency to latch on to and be heavily influenced by the first piece of information you come across. This influences subsequent judgment as there is a bias towards interpreting all other information according to this initial information.
  2. SELECTIVE FOCUS: Searching for and focusing on information that confirms existing assumptions or beliefs and ignoring or dismissing evidence which doesn’t – a practice that can obscure reality.
  3. DETAIL DISTRACTION: Being lost in the sea of information without discerning what is the most helpful and relevant information to consider from within it. The important information may be drowned out or obscured due to the general noise surrounding it. Particularly evident when large volumes of information and data are amassed.
  4. CHANGE BLINDNESS: Being blind to a changing context. Assuming that what has gone before will continue to be the case. Failing to recognise when the context changes which may render the past less relevant to the future.
What could you do to overcome or guard against the bias and pitfalls of your top choice?

be open to an unfolding story

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Depth Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. SELECTIVE FOCUS: Searching for and focusing on information that confirms existing assumptions or beliefs and ignoring or dismissing evidence which doesn’t – a practice that can obscure reality.
  2. DETAIL DISTRACTION: Being lost in the sea of information without discerning what is the most helpful and relevant information to consider from within it. The important information may be drowned out or obscured due to the general noise surrounding it. Particularly evident when large volumes of information and data are amassed.
  3. IMPRINTING: A tendency to latch on to and be heavily influenced by the first piece of information you come across. This influences subsequent judgment as there is a bias towards interpreting all other information according to this initial information.
  4. CHANGE BLINDNESS: Being blind to a changing context. Assuming that what has gone before will continue to be the case. Failing to recognise when the context changes which may render the past less relevant to the future.
What could you do to overcome or guard against the bias and pitfalls of your top choice?

Jdphus

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Depth Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. IMPRINTING: A tendency to latch on to and be heavily influenced by the first piece of information you come across. This influences subsequent judgment as there is a bias towards interpreting all other information according to this initial information.
  2. SELECTIVE FOCUS: Searching for and focusing on information that confirms existing assumptions or beliefs and ignoring or dismissing evidence which doesn’t – a practice that can obscure reality.
  3. DETAIL DISTRACTION: Being lost in the sea of information without discerning what is the most helpful and relevant information to consider from within it. The important information may be drowned out or obscured due to the general noise surrounding it. Particularly evident when large volumes of information and data are amassed.
  4. CHANGE BLINDNESS: Being blind to a changing context. Assuming that what has gone before will continue to be the case. Failing to recognise when the context changes which may render the past less relevant to the future.
Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Depth Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. SELECTIVE FOCUS: Searching for and focusing on information that confirms existing assumptions or beliefs and ignoring or dismissing evidence which doesn’t – a practice that can obscure reality.
  2. IMPRINTING: A tendency to latch on to and be heavily influenced by the first piece of information you come across. This influences subsequent judgment as there is a bias towards interpreting all other information according to this initial information.
  3. CHANGE BLINDNESS: Being blind to a changing context. Assuming that what has gone before will continue to be the case. Failing to recognise when the context changes which may render the past less relevant to the future.
  4. DETAIL DISTRACTION: Being lost in the sea of information without discerning what is the most helpful and relevant information to consider from within it. The important information may be drowned out or obscured due to the general noise surrounding it. Particularly evident when large volumes of information and data are amassed.
Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Depth Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. SELECTIVE FOCUS: Searching for and focusing on information that confirms existing assumptions or beliefs and ignoring or dismissing evidence which doesn’t – a practice that can obscure reality.
  2. IMPRINTING: A tendency to latch on to and be heavily influenced by the first piece of information you come across. This influences subsequent judgment as there is a bias towards interpreting all other information according to this initial information.
  3. CHANGE BLINDNESS: Being blind to a changing context. Assuming that what has gone before will continue to be the case. Failing to recognise when the context changes which may render the past less relevant to the future.
  4. DETAIL DISTRACTION: Being lost in the sea of information without discerning what is the most helpful and relevant information to consider from within it. The important information may be drowned out or obscured due to the general noise surrounding it. Particularly evident when large volumes of information and data are amassed.
Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Depth Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. SELECTIVE FOCUS: Searching for and focusing on information that confirms existing assumptions or beliefs and ignoring or dismissing evidence which doesn’t – a practice that can obscure reality.
  2. IMPRINTING: A tendency to latch on to and be heavily influenced by the first piece of information you come across. This influences subsequent judgment as there is a bias towards interpreting all other information according to this initial information.
  3. CHANGE BLINDNESS: Being blind to a changing context. Assuming that what has gone before will continue to be the case. Failing to recognise when the context changes which may render the past less relevant to the future.
  4. DETAIL DISTRACTION: Being lost in the sea of information without discerning what is the most helpful and relevant information to consider from within it. The important information may be drowned out or obscured due to the general noise surrounding it. Particularly evident when large volumes of information and data are amassed.
Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Depth Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. IMPRINTING: A tendency to latch on to and be heavily influenced by the first piece of information you come across. This influences subsequent judgment as there is a bias towards interpreting all other information according to this initial information.
  2. SELECTIVE FOCUS: Searching for and focusing on information that confirms existing assumptions or beliefs and ignoring or dismissing evidence which doesn’t – a practice that can obscure reality.
  3. CHANGE BLINDNESS: Being blind to a changing context. Assuming that what has gone before will continue to be the case. Failing to recognise when the context changes which may render the past less relevant to the future.
  4. DETAIL DISTRACTION: Being lost in the sea of information without discerning what is the most helpful and relevant information to consider from within it. The important information may be drowned out or obscured due to the general noise surrounding it. Particularly evident when large volumes of information and data are amassed.
What could you do to overcome or guard against the bias and pitfalls of your top choice?

Be aware of them!

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Depth Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. SELECTIVE FOCUS: Searching for and focusing on information that confirms existing assumptions or beliefs and ignoring or dismissing evidence which doesn’t – a practice that can obscure reality.
  2. IMPRINTING: A tendency to latch on to and be heavily influenced by the first piece of information you come across. This influences subsequent judgment as there is a bias towards interpreting all other information according to this initial information.
  3. CHANGE BLINDNESS: Being blind to a changing context. Assuming that what has gone before will continue to be the case. Failing to recognise when the context changes which may render the past less relevant to the future.
  4. DETAIL DISTRACTION: Being lost in the sea of information without discerning what is the most helpful and relevant information to consider from within it. The important information may be drowned out or obscured due to the general noise surrounding it. Particularly evident when large volumes of information and data are amassed.
Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Depth Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. SELECTIVE FOCUS: Searching for and focusing on information that confirms existing assumptions or beliefs and ignoring or dismissing evidence which doesn’t – a practice that can obscure reality.
  2. IMPRINTING: A tendency to latch on to and be heavily influenced by the first piece of information you come across. This influences subsequent judgment as there is a bias towards interpreting all other information according to this initial information.
  3. CHANGE BLINDNESS: Being blind to a changing context. Assuming that what has gone before will continue to be the case. Failing to recognise when the context changes which may render the past less relevant to the future.
  4. DETAIL DISTRACTION: Being lost in the sea of information without discerning what is the most helpful and relevant information to consider from within it. The important information may be drowned out or obscured due to the general noise surrounding it. Particularly evident when large volumes of information and data are amassed.
Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Depth Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. SELECTIVE FOCUS: Searching for and focusing on information that confirms existing assumptions or beliefs and ignoring or dismissing evidence which doesn’t – a practice that can obscure reality.
  2. IMPRINTING: A tendency to latch on to and be heavily influenced by the first piece of information you come across. This influences subsequent judgment as there is a bias towards interpreting all other information according to this initial information.
  3. DETAIL DISTRACTION: Being lost in the sea of information without discerning what is the most helpful and relevant information to consider from within it. The important information may be drowned out or obscured due to the general noise surrounding it. Particularly evident when large volumes of information and data are amassed.
  4. CHANGE BLINDNESS: Being blind to a changing context. Assuming that what has gone before will continue to be the case. Failing to recognise when the context changes which may render the past less relevant to the future.
What could you do to overcome or guard against the bias and pitfalls of your top choice?

tyrty

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Depth Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. SELECTIVE FOCUS: Searching for and focusing on information that confirms existing assumptions or beliefs and ignoring or dismissing evidence which doesn’t – a practice that can obscure reality.
  2. CHANGE BLINDNESS: Being blind to a changing context. Assuming that what has gone before will continue to be the case. Failing to recognise when the context changes which may render the past less relevant to the future.
  3. IMPRINTING: A tendency to latch on to and be heavily influenced by the first piece of information you come across. This influences subsequent judgment as there is a bias towards interpreting all other information according to this initial information.
  4. DETAIL DISTRACTION: Being lost in the sea of information without discerning what is the most helpful and relevant information to consider from within it. The important information may be drowned out or obscured due to the general noise surrounding it. Particularly evident when large volumes of information and data are amassed.
Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Depth Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. SELECTIVE FOCUS: Searching for and focusing on information that confirms existing assumptions or beliefs and ignoring or dismissing evidence which doesn’t – a practice that can obscure reality.
  2. IMPRINTING: A tendency to latch on to and be heavily influenced by the first piece of information you come across. This influences subsequent judgment as there is a bias towards interpreting all other information according to this initial information.
  3. CHANGE BLINDNESS: Being blind to a changing context. Assuming that what has gone before will continue to be the case. Failing to recognise when the context changes which may render the past less relevant to the future.
  4. DETAIL DISTRACTION: Being lost in the sea of information without discerning what is the most helpful and relevant information to consider from within it. The important information may be drowned out or obscured due to the general noise surrounding it. Particularly evident when large volumes of information and data are amassed.
Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Depth Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. SELECTIVE FOCUS: Searching for and focusing on information that confirms existing assumptions or beliefs and ignoring or dismissing evidence which doesn’t – a practice that can obscure reality.
  2. IMPRINTING: A tendency to latch on to and be heavily influenced by the first piece of information you come across. This influences subsequent judgment as there is a bias towards interpreting all other information according to this initial information.
  3. CHANGE BLINDNESS: Being blind to a changing context. Assuming that what has gone before will continue to be the case. Failing to recognise when the context changes which may render the past less relevant to the future.
  4. DETAIL DISTRACTION: Being lost in the sea of information without discerning what is the most helpful and relevant information to consider from within it. The important information may be drowned out or obscured due to the general noise surrounding it. Particularly evident when large volumes of information and data are amassed.
Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Depth Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. SELECTIVE FOCUS: Searching for and focusing on information that confirms existing assumptions or beliefs and ignoring or dismissing evidence which doesn’t – a practice that can obscure reality.
  2. IMPRINTING: A tendency to latch on to and be heavily influenced by the first piece of information you come across. This influences subsequent judgment as there is a bias towards interpreting all other information according to this initial information.
  3. CHANGE BLINDNESS: Being blind to a changing context. Assuming that what has gone before will continue to be the case. Failing to recognise when the context changes which may render the past less relevant to the future.
  4. DETAIL DISTRACTION: Being lost in the sea of information without discerning what is the most helpful and relevant information to consider from within it. The important information may be drowned out or obscured due to the general noise surrounding it. Particularly evident when large volumes of information and data are amassed.
Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Depth Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. SELECTIVE FOCUS: Searching for and focusing on information that confirms existing assumptions or beliefs and ignoring or dismissing evidence which doesn’t – a practice that can obscure reality.
  2. IMPRINTING: A tendency to latch on to and be heavily influenced by the first piece of information you come across. This influences subsequent judgment as there is a bias towards interpreting all other information according to this initial information.
  3. CHANGE BLINDNESS: Being blind to a changing context. Assuming that what has gone before will continue to be the case. Failing to recognise when the context changes which may render the past less relevant to the future.
  4. DETAIL DISTRACTION: Being lost in the sea of information without discerning what is the most helpful and relevant information to consider from within it. The important information may be drowned out or obscured due to the general noise surrounding it. Particularly evident when large volumes of information and data are amassed.
Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Depth Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. SELECTIVE FOCUS: Searching for and focusing on information that confirms existing assumptions or beliefs and ignoring or dismissing evidence which doesn’t – a practice that can obscure reality.
  2. IMPRINTING: A tendency to latch on to and be heavily influenced by the first piece of information you come across. This influences subsequent judgment as there is a bias towards interpreting all other information according to this initial information.
  3. CHANGE BLINDNESS: Being blind to a changing context. Assuming that what has gone before will continue to be the case. Failing to recognise when the context changes which may render the past less relevant to the future.
  4. DETAIL DISTRACTION: Being lost in the sea of information without discerning what is the most helpful and relevant information to consider from within it. The important information may be drowned out or obscured due to the general noise surrounding it. Particularly evident when large volumes of information and data are amassed.