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Wikipedia has articles on both of these terms, so that would be one place to start. Although you may not be able to cite Wikipedia as a source, both of these articles have good References sections. Here are the Wikipedia definitions (emphasis added): Cognitive bias: "a systematic pattern of deviation from norm or rationality in judgment." ...


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As Bryan Krause suggested (above), talking with your psychotherapist is likely the most important next step for you to take. Also, please note that what I write below is simply general information about cognitive behavioral therapy. I do not know your situation. What I share with you here is not personal advice. It is information only. You might find it ...


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The use of assumptions in clinical settings seems to play into the errors you mention. Cueball is just as prone to distortions as Megan. According to Dawes, Faust, & Meehl (1989), a professional in the field has to rely on one of two choices when making a decision on a client, either their own clinical judgment which is based on experience and knowledge ...


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