08 Aug 2019  John  1 min read.

Psychology Today often posts good articles that relate to decision making, and I came across a great one this week pondering the relationship between Reality and Perception…

Perception is not reality, but, admittedly, perception can become a person’s reality (there is a difference!) because perception has a potent influence on how we look at reality.
-- Jim Taylor Ph.D.

Group decisions are always harder than individual decisions in large part to the differing perceptions of the group members… and the unfortunate circumstances that arise when people don’t question their own perceptions.

Here are some articles about perception that I’ve found interesting:

Did we evolve to see reality as it exists? No, says cognitive psychologist Donald Hoffman Motivated perception, explained.

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