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We see the alternative as a risk or just not worth the trouble, even if it might be better.
Without realizing it, we can become overly resistant to change.
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Anchoring suggests that we rely too heavily on the first thing we hear (in this case, the initial price of the car).
That's what makes the discount so appealing, but it shouldn't be the deciding factor.
/en/problem-solving-and-decision-making/what-is-critical-thinking/content/ No matter who you are or what you do for a living, you make thousands of minor decisions every day. Many missteps in decision-making can be chalked up to cognitive bias.
Most are relatively inconsequential; for example, what do you want for breakfast? That's our tendency to think a certain way without even realizing it.