Episode 47

Published on:

27th Jul 2023

Availability Bias & Fundamental Attribution Error

In this episode of the Awareness to Action Enneagram podcast, Mario Sikora, María José Munita and Seth "Creek" Creekmore continue their mini-series on critical thinking and discuss availability bias. They explain how availability bias shapes the way we think and why it’s important to know about it. They also discuss fundamental attribution error and what is helpful about drawing conclusions.

“Everything that we do that involves thinking in any way is enhanced by understanding how the mind works.” -Mario [01:04]

When we are used to seeing certain things, they’re more available to us, we tend to think that that’s what we’re seeing.” -María José [04:55]

“Availability bias could be they just don’t have the data available to know how to push further into and refine what it is that they’re teaching.” -Creek [05:07]


[00:01] Intro

[01:48] What is availability bias

[06:54] Fundamental attribution error

[10:57] Outro

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The Awareness to Action Enneagram Podcast
Mario Sikora, Maria Jose Munita and Seth Creekmore exploring the Enneagram through the Awareness to Action model. Giving you simple, precise and effective tools to use in your own becoming

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