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Experiential Learning Defined | Faculty Innovation Center

Experiential Learning Defined | Faculty Innovation Center | Cognitive bias | Scoop.it

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When It Comes to Empathy, Your Gut May Be Failing You

When It Comes to Empathy, Your Gut May Be Failing You | Cognitive bias | Scoop.it

The presumed advantages of intuition for empathic accuracy is also endorsed in several national security contexts, as evidenced by the U.S. Navy’s $3.85 million dollar program of research on intuitive thinking processes.”

 

But what if this common sense is wrong? What if the way to better understand what someone else is feeling — to enhance your empathic accuracy, to use the term researchers use — is to sit down and think about it in a more rational, logical way? That’s what the researchers have found, in three experiments they just published.

 

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Avoiding Cognitive Bias in Meetings: Making Objective, Rational Group Decisions

Avoiding Cognitive Bias in Meetings: Making Objective, Rational Group Decisions | Cognitive bias | Scoop.it
Avoid cognitive bias and common thinking traps during meetings to improve decision making, judgments, objectivity, risk management, and communications.
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"L’implication des salariés est un trésor pour l’entreprise" - Norbert Alter en 2009 déjà...

"L’implication des salariés est un trésor pour l’entreprise" - Norbert Alter en 2009 déjà... | Cognitive bias | Scoop.it

Des salariés motivés et des entreprises qui ne le voient pas. Spécialiste de la sociologie du travail et professeur à l’université Paris Dauphine, Norbert Alter décrit dans son dernier livre les erreurs du management français et donne des pistes pour une meilleure coopération. Entretien.


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l economie du partage et du relationel ...

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luc taesch's curator insight, October 19, 2015 3:55 AM

norbert alter, le pere du "don et contre don" ( l economie du relationel ) , ,

Helene de saint front's curator insight, October 20, 2015 6:52 AM

Engagés, impliqués, au travail on veut tous être motivés! Et si les entreprises nous en laissaient enfin la possibilité?

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New Neuroscience Reveals 4 Rituals That Will Make You Happy

New Neuroscience Reveals 4 Rituals That Will Make You Happy | Cognitive bias | Scoop.it
There's a lot of stuff about happiness on the internet, but what do neuroscientists say can *really* make you happy? Here are 4 things backed by research.
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consciously recognizing the emotions reduced their impact....describe an emotion in just a word or two, and it helps reduce the emotion....#nvc #antifragile #agile

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N. Lépinoux-Chambaud on Twitter

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Coopérer pour apprendre, superbe carte mentale de @EricSIMON35 pic.twitter.com/BlK9p4DdD9

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veroni's curator insight, July 4, 2015 1:10 AM

En une carte tout est résumé de la pédagogie interactive...

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Cognitive Biases - Business Insider

Cognitive Biases - Business Insider | Cognitive bias | Scoop.it
... your cognitive biases is a bias in itself. Notably, Princeton psychologist Emily Pronin has found that "individuals see the existence and operation of cognitive and motivational biases much more in others than in themselves." ...
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This Cognitive Bias Will Help You Create More Persuasive Landing Pages

This Cognitive Bias Will Help You Create More Persuasive Landing Pages | Cognitive bias | Scoop.it
Understanding cognitive biases helps you understand your decision making processes – but also helps you create better, more persuasive landing pages.
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The Art of Complex Problem Solving

The Art of Complex Problem Solving | Cognitive bias | Scoop.it

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MyKLogica's curator insight, June 11, 2013 4:42 AM

Muy interesante este ideagrama en el que nos muestra la efectividad de los "Modelos visuales" a la hora de solucionar problemas/retos complejos, ayudando a "seguir el hilo" y hacerlos tangibles.

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Interesante modelo
Philippe-Didier Gauthier's curator insight, April 16, 2015 2:28 AM

#Réflexivité Cette ressource en ligne présente un outil pédagogique qui explique les logiques et processus mis en oeuvre dans la résolution d'un problème complexe.

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7 Psychological Ways to Keep Readers Attracted to Your Blog

7 Psychological Ways to Keep Readers Attracted to Your Blog | Cognitive bias | Scoop.it

I’m going to drill down some of the hidden psychological ways which will help you to perform better as problogger and your blog will surely increase its brand-identitty.


These seven strategies can be a gamer changer for your blogging. Read these tips, analyze with your blogging, try to figure out how you can do better using these seven psychological ways to attract readers...


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, March 24, 2015 3:26 AM

Here's how to develop deeper connections with readers of your blog.

Nedko Aldev's curator insight, March 24, 2015 5:36 AM

 

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donhornsby's curator insight, March 24, 2015 9:29 AM

Do you think Psychology works in Content Creation and Blogging? What do you do special to entertain and engage your audience on the blog?

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34 Reasons Why Play Matters - Infographic

34 Reasons Why Play Matters -  Infographic | Cognitive bias | Scoop.it

"To fly a kite you need a hearty breeze and lots of space. In a whimsical sense, humans are a lot like kites! Play gives both kids and adults the freedom and momentum to truly soar. For kids, play is a natural state that sparks learning, nurtures confidence, and builds communication skills. For adults, play provides a haven from the daily grind, inviting fresh ideas and spontaneity. For everyone, play is an ideal way to find ourselves and be ourselves! This infographic is a celebration of why play matters, gathering quotes and facts from advocates who believe in the power of play."


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Beth Dichter's curator insight, January 14, 2015 6:05 AM

Do you know that when children engage in play they are also problem solving, testing out ideas, asking questions, building muscle and bone strength and much more? This infographic provides 34 reasons why play is important and includes the resources used.

As many schools continue to decrease play time and focus on teaching core subjects this may remind us that time to play is critical.

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The Ideas Butterfly: a social way of working (out loud)

The Ideas Butterfly: a social way of working (out loud) | Cognitive bias | Scoop.it
In many ways, the idea is the easy part: making something of it is what counts and, in the Social Age, we do that within and alongside our communities. Today i took part in Chat2Lrn, a regular Twit...

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When To Use An Empathy Map

When To Use An Empathy Map | Cognitive bias | Scoop.it

At a first glance, an empathy map is very similar to creating customer personas. But they really just overlap on some aspects. An empathy map goes beyond the interests, skills, or lifestyle of your customers, and into what they see, feel and think - allowing you to gain a deeper understanding of what it’s like to be them.

It allows you to empathize with the user or customer, hence the name. And you can use it to empathize with your ideal customer, or with the various segments of your audience. It all depends on the scope.

 

So here’s a few of the most important situations where using the empathy map will help you reach your goals:

1. Business Model Design2. Product Development3. Customer Profiles4. Staff Training5. UI And UX Sessions6. Online Marketing And Sales Campaigns7. Understand User Behavior8. Innovating Products And Services Through Extreme User PersonasLia Boangiu
 

 


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Using Persona Empathy Mapping to Understand User Behavior

Using Persona Empathy Mapping to Understand User Behavior | Cognitive bias | Scoop.it

Persona is one of the tools that is used to build a better understanding of user behavior either in UX research or in marketing research by building a virtual avatar that represents the target consumer’s characteristics.

 

However, achieving empathic design requires more than just drawing a virtual character that represent the target consumer, it also requires that designers put themselves in the shoes of the consumer to learn more about what they love, hate, think, and feel about the product.

 

This target can be achieved through building a persona empathy map that can bridge the gap between the virtual character’s persona and the real consumer’s experience.

 

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Empathy: The Core of Complex Decisions | Lorien Pratt | TEDxLivermore

Making decisions based on invisible inputs is like building a sky scraper without a blue-print. Yet that is the norm, even for very complex problems

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Lorien Pratt's curator insight, August 31, 12:17 AM

Please enjoy my TEDx Livermore talk. This is the core of the decision intelligence vision.  Please share.

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Groupthink: avoid the drive to conformity

Groupthink: avoid the drive to conformity | Cognitive bias | Scoop.it

Back in 2007 I ran a session for senior traders in a financial services organisation.
 
A participant was presenting a project about a complex new financial product to the room. As the presentation rolled on, one person, let’s call him Bill, kept looking at the PowerPoint and back at his colleagues. The rest of the group were enthralled by this clever way to make money.

When the slide show ended, the presenter asked for questions. The first one he got was from Bill and this was it: “Is this even legal?”.

Did the group pause to think about Bill’s question? Did the presenter answer it? Not exactly. What happened was this: the group laughed. One person threw a pen cap at Bill.


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"L’implication des salariés est un trésor pour l’entreprise" - Norbert Alter en 2009 déjà...

"L’implication des salariés est un trésor pour l’entreprise" - Norbert Alter en 2009 déjà... | Cognitive bias | Scoop.it

Des salariés motivés et des entreprises qui ne le voient pas. Spécialiste de la sociologie du travail et professeur à l’université Paris Dauphine, Norbert Alter décrit dans son dernier livre les erreurs du management français et donne des pistes pour une meilleure coopération. Entretien.


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norbert alter, le pere du "don et contre don" ( l economie du relationel ) , ,

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Helene de saint front's curator insight, October 20, 2015 6:52 AM

Engagés, impliqués, au travail on veut tous être motivés! Et si les entreprises nous en laissaient enfin la possibilité?

luc taesch's curator insight, October 23, 2015 11:02 AM

l economie du partage et du relationel ...

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The psychology behind Web browsing

The psychology behind Web browsing | Cognitive bias | Scoop.it
When it comes to website optimization, even global enterprises can trigger adverse behavior from visitors to their site if they don’t take psychology into account

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Cendrine Marrouat - cendrinemarrouat.com's curator insight, June 18, 2015 1:34 AM


Have you ever wondered why people dislike auto-play videos? According to Liraz Margalit, it is steeped in history. 


A fascinating look at how human behavior plays a role in marketing. This is something that is vital if you want your products to sell. 


The post is interesting as well, because it is hosted on a website that does the exact opposite of the author advised. I already discussed this issue with one of the founders, but apparently they don't care about the UX. If you read the comments, you will understand what I mean.


A great article. Too bad that The Next Web doesn't walk the talk! 

Mike Donahue's curator insight, June 19, 2015 12:23 PM

Every website that has one of those annoying "sign up" screens that pops up immediately after the page loads and before you've even read anything (that includes you TNW) needs to read this. A great article that explains how your desire to drive a visitor a specific action may in fact drive them to do the opposite.

 

@Liraz - The only suggestion I would make is that rationalization happens in the conscious, not the subconscious, mind.

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Journalism and the power of emotions - Columbia Journalism Review

Journalism and the power of emotions - Columbia Journalism Review | Cognitive bias | Scoop.it
One sweltering day in the late 1880s, journalist and photographer Jacob Riis found his way to a stifling slum tenement on Mott Street in New York. A family sat huddled around a small child who lay still, her...
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10 Cognitive Biases That Can Lead to Bad Decisions

10 Cognitive Biases That Can Lead to Bad Decisions | Cognitive bias | Scoop.it
CFOs should try to overcome these cognitive biases, or predospositions, and urge their finance teams to do the same, says TRI Corp.'s Thomas Conine.

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Oana Juncu's curator insight, May 30, 2015 4:04 PM

Overcome our own cognitive biases : Illusion of control, Planning Fallacy , Loss of Aversion , is dreadfully difficult. Especially as we often call them either "common sense"or "management skills" . 

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Counterfactual blindness and the invisible things

Counterfactual blindness and the invisible things | Cognitive bias | Scoop.it

This is an article about invisible things that matter.  Because these things are invisible, it's going to be harder going than usual.   Because they matter, it's worth it. There's a story a friend told me last week about a plumber.  A women calls him in an emergency; there's water everywhere. ..."


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Lorien Pratt's curator insight, May 27, 2015 8:19 PM

There are a lot of invisible things that need to be made visible.  The "but for" reality is one of them.

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Viewing Comprehension Strategies: Watching Videos Like You Read A Book

Viewing Comprehension Strategies: Watching Videos Like You Read A Book | Cognitive bias | Scoop.it

"You can’t watch a video like you read a book; the modalities couldn’t be much different."


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Coaching Emotional Intelligence (EQ) at Work: FREE Kindle eBook

Coaching Emotional Intelligence (EQ) at Work: Control People and Handle Difficult Situations eBook: Dianne Kane: Amazon.ca: Kindle Store

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Claude Emond's curator insight, February 21, 2015 8:34 PM

Little book on EQ. Includes a self-evaluation exercise :)

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Little book on EQ. Includes a self-evaluation exercise :)

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This Is Your Brain On Games - InformED

This Is Your Brain On Games - InformED | Cognitive bias | Scoop.it

"The past year has illuminated many things about the way the brain works, including how it responds to games. It is now erroneous to conflate ten hours of Super Mario with minor head trauma. We know that you won’t go blind if you’re looking for coins and bananas and rings on a screen all day. Your motivation and attention span will remain intact no matter what level you reach in Skyrim. In fact, the very latest science is telling us the exact opposite of what we thought all along: video games actually increase brain function."


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game your biais away ! #antifragile #agile

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Beth Dichter's curator insight, January 29, 2015 9:35 PM

Brain research now shows that action video games impact "brain plasticity, learning, attention, and vision." What does this mean? That video games may make the brain bigger, as in increasing brain volume.

Along with information on how video games may make the brain "bigger, better, faster, stronger" the post also shares information on "using the neuroscience of games to boost learning" and "how to ditch your biases."

A number of studies are quoted in the post with links to additional information.