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Mental Models

Mental models are frameworks, worldview, representation, or explanation of how something works. They're how we understand the world.
Zettelkasten,April 06, 2021

Dunning-Kruger Effect

Is a cognitive bias hypothesis in which people with low ability at a given task overestimate their ability at that task.
Zettelkasten,January 30, 2021

Hyperbolic Discounting

This theory states that humans discount the value of a later reward, by the factor that increases with the length of the delay.
Zettelkasten,April 06, 2021

People Systematically Overlook Subtractive Changes

When faced with a problem, people tend to prefer solutions that add new elements rather than removing elements, even if removing is the more efficient solution.
Zettelkasten,April 23, 2021

The Evolution of Anxiety

The Delayed Return Environment causes chronic anxiety and stress because our brain was designed to live in an Immediate Return Environment.
Zettelkasten,May 22, 2020
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Flow State (Psychology)

It's the most efficient state when doing a task.
Zettelkasten,January 28, 2021

Pleasure Principle (Psychology)

It's the instinctive seeking of pleasure and avoiding of pain to satisfy biological and psychological needs.
Zettelkasten,April 09, 2021

Psychological Trigger

Psychological triggers are the stimulus that creates a reaction in a brain and/or body without he/she notices.
Zettelkasten,June 29, 2020

Information and Digital Content in Modern Society

People use the Internet to connect to others, entertainment, or to be informed.
Zettelkasten,May 30, 2020

Social Media Addiction

Anxiety, depression, loneliness, and addiction are problems caused by social media addiction.
Zettelkasten,April 04, 2021