Inclinatio cognitiva est systemicum deviationis de scientia cognitionis et psycologia sociali a normis vel rationalitatis iudicii exemplar.[1] Homines suam subiectivam realitatem socialem ex eorum perceptione stimulorum externorum creant. Hominis constructio realitatis socialis, non stimuli obiectivi, eorum facta moresque in mundo sociali perscribere potest.[2] Ergo, inclinationes cognitivae aliquando ad distortionem perceptionis, iudicium falsum, interpretationem absurdam ducere possunt, vel ad statum qui irrationalitas late appellatur.[3][4][5] Notio inclinationis cognitivae a Daniele Kahneman et Amos Tversky anno 1972 proposita est.[6]

Daniel Kahneman, qui cum Amos Tversky notionem inclinationis cognitivae proposuit.

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  1. Haselton, Nettle, et Andrews 2005.
  2. Bless, Fiedler, et Strack 2004.
  3. Kahneman et Tversky 1972.
  4. Baron 2007.
  5. Ariely 2008.
  6. Kahneman et Frederick 2002: 51–52.

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