The Invisible Gorilla How Our Intuitions Deceive Us By Christopher Chabris & Daniel Simons

The Invisible Gorilla: The Invisible Gorilla: How Our Intuitions Deceive UsFromChristopher Chabris, Daniel Simons

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1. 1 Illusion of Attention

1.1. video

1.1.1. Christopher Chabris: The Invisible Gorilla: The Illusion of Attention

1.1.2. The Monkey Business Illusion

1.1.3. A Double Dutch | Brain Games

1.2. Tunnel Vision

1.2.1. video

1.2.1.1. Open Your Eyes: Mastering Tunnel Vision in League of Legends

1.3. We think that unnatural things will grab our attention but we are wrong

1.4. Staring at something won't guarantee to see that thing

1.5. wait for the unexpected

1.6. To increase the attention to something, increase the expectancy

1.6.1. increasing visibility won't work that much

1.6.2. Changing look of a motorcycle to look like a car will increase the visual expectancy

1.6.3. examples

1.6.3.1. car - bicycle accidents are less common In the areas that bicycles mostly used.

1.7. We have limited attentional capacity

1.7.1. Mobile phones only decreases our capacity to recognize unexpected things that could cause a lot of harm in conditions like driving a car.

1.7.1.1. But no problem in talking with someone sitting in the car.

1.8. Joshua Bell metro station experiment

1.8.1. video

1.8.1.1. Violinist Joshua Bell turns train station into concert hall

1.8.1.2. Joshua Bell draws huge crowd at do-over Metro concert

1.8.1.3. Joshua Bell and the Washington Post Subway Experiment.flv

1.8.2. No body expect a violin virtuoso in a metro station

1.9. Expertise could help us to pay attention to unexpected things but only in the areas of expertise

1.9.1. Also radiologists could miss unexpected things

1.9.1.1. Radiologists miss evidence of disease that a normal prudent radiologist would not miss. Approximately 31% are sued for a mistake during their careers.

1.9.1.1.1. Malpractice Lawsuits Against Radiologists (2019 Update) | Baltimore, Maryland Medical Malpractice Lawyers

1.10. How to avoid Inattentional blindness

1.10.1. We have limited attention capacity

1.10.2. It's a trade of

1.10.2.1. If you focus on something it will cause tunnel vision and Inattentional blindness

1.10.2.2. If you are not focused, you could miss the details.

1.10.3. More technology could cause more Inattentional blindness

2. 2 Illusion of Memory

2.1. video

2.1.1. Christopher Chabris: The Invisible Gorilla: The Illusion of Memory

2.2. Magical Number seven why telephone numbers are seven digit

2.2.1. Miller's Law Explained

2.3. Memory illusion Dr. Julia Shaw you can implement false memories

2.3.1. Is Your Memory Just an Illusion? | A Tua Memória é Apenas Uma Ilusão? | Julia Shaw | TEDxPorto

2.3.2. Julia Shaw on "Memory Hackers" Nova

2.3.3. How False Memories Corrupt Our Identities, Politics, and Justice System | Julia Shaw | TEDxBergen

2.3.4. Implanting False Memories

2.4. When we perceive something instead of recording it whole we tend to have a general meaning from associations of our senses and feelings.

2.4.1. This associations act as us when we tr to recall our memories.

2.5. We remember what we want to remember

2.6. Change blindness

2.6.1. video

2.6.1.1. Movie Perception Test

2.6.1.2. The "Door" Study

2.6.1.3. The Switcheroo | Brain Games

2.6.1.4. Movie Perception Test - Conversation

2.7. Even you can have someone's memory

2.8. Experiments

2.8.1. http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.334.9844&rep=rep1&type=pdf

2.9. Plagiarism

2.9.1. Avoiding Plagiarism

2.10. Memory implementation

2.10.1. Even you won't be aware of your changing memory

2.11. Personal and national important memories can be recalled in details

2.11.1. Flash bulb memory

2.11.1.1. Your Most Vivid Memories Aren't As Accurate As You Think

2.12. Working memory

2.12.1. Peter Doolittle: How your "working memory" makes sense of the world

2.13. Ulrich Neisser Challanger Explosion

2.14. More content

2.14.1. How We Make Memories: Crash Course Psychology #13

3. 4 Illusion of Knowledge

3.1. video

3.1.1. Christopher Chabris: The Invisible Gorilla: Illusion of Knowledge

3.1.2. The Knowledge Illusion

3.2. Experts tend to exaggerate their knowledge

3.3. Planning fallacy

3.3.1. we are not good at planning

3.3.2. Why Everything Takes Longer Than You Expect

3.4. Hofstadter's law

3.4.1. Why Everything Takes Longer Than You Expect

3.4.2. It will take more time than you think

3.5. When planning get some outsider views to correct your timing projections

3.6. More is not better in information

3.6.1. Information bias

3.6.1.1. the delusion that more information guarantees better decisions.

3.6.1.2. video

3.6.1.2.1. Information Bias

3.6.1.2.2. Information Bias

3.7. Curse of knowledge

3.7.1. The Curse of Knowledge

3.7.2. The Curse of Knowledge

3.7.3. Sentence Flow: The Curse of Knowledge

3.8. lexiphanicism will make you look intelligent but not in real :)

3.8.1. using long and sexy words to describe something

3.9. Expert who seem to be confident has more follower although they make mistakes

3.9.1. Example 2007 financial crisis

3.9.2. document

3.9.2.1. Superforecasting Summary, Review PDF

3.9.3. videos

3.9.3.1. Daniel Burrus: Predicting the Future

3.9.3.2. Prof. Philip Tetlock on His Groundbreaking Research About 'Expert Judgment'

4. 5 Illusion of Cause

4.1. Christopher Chabris: The Invisible Gorilla: Illusion of Cause

4.2. We tend to see patterns all the time

4.3. To see patterns crucial in normal life but after a point we start to see patterns every where / Predolia

4.3.1. Pareidolia - Wikipedia

4.3.2. Funny Examples Of Pareidolia In Everyday Objects

4.4. Expectations forces us to see patterns

4.5. Be aware of correlations and false patterns

4.5.1. joint pain in humidity conditions / fallacy

4.6. When you think that you find an answer you won't search for more explanations

4.7. coincidence vs experiments

4.8. Correlation is not the cause

4.9. Narrative fallacy

4.10. Hindsight

4.11. We over value person than masses

4.11.1. As an example, consider Joseph Stalin's apocryphal quote: The death of one man is a tragedy, the death of millions is a statistic.

4.11.2. “If I look at the mass, I will never act. If I look at the one, I will.”

4.12. Three illusion of Cause

4.12.1. we search patterns in randomness

4.12.2. correlation vs cause

4.12.3. Hindsight

5. 6 Illusion of Potential

5.1. video

5.1.1. Christopher Chabris: The Invisible Gorilla: Illusion of Potential

5.2. Mozart Effect by Don Campbell does not work

5.2.1. Baby Einstein

5.3. In Media first news is the most important one

5.3.1. Journalism is the first draft of the history

5.4. We are not using %10 of dour brain capacity

5.5. Playing sudoku won't make you more clever

5.6. And solving puzzles won't slow your brain capacity's decrease

5.7. If you want to improveyour skills play computer games

5.7.1. But the most important thing is physical exercise

5.7.2. Anaerobic exercise

5.8. Physical Exercise to improve your cognitive abilities

6. Authors

6.1. Christopher Chabris

6.2. Daniel Simons

7. More Information

7.1. İllusions are permanent

7.2. Website

7.2.1. The Invisible Gorilla: And Other Ways Our Intuitions Deceive Us

7.3. videoq

7.3.1. The Invisible Gorilla (featuring Daniel Simons) - Regional EMMY Winning Video

8. 3 Illusion of Confidence

8.1. video

8.1.1. Christopher Chabris: The Invisible Gorilla: Illusion of Confidence

8.1.2. The Illusion of Confidence

8.1.3. illusion of confidence

8.2. We believe the doctors that loo confident

8.3. Darwin Quote About Ignorance

8.3.1. “Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge: it is those who know little, not those who know much, who so positively assert that this or that problem will never be solved by science.” ― Charles Darwin, The Descent of Man

8.4. Dunning & Kruger Effect

8.4.1. Dunning & Kruger effect

8.5. when we fail at something, we tend to think there are some outside factors

8.6. When our experience level increases our confidence level decreases

8.7. We think that confidence is a parameter of ability but it is not

8.8. We are not better problem solvers in groups

8.9. Groupthink Bias

8.9.1. In Group situation we have an increasing level of illusion of confidence

8.10. Competence in Leadership

8.10.1. Cameron Anderson on Competence and Leadership - Haas School

8.10.2. Who Attains Status (And How Do They Attain It)?

8.11. Being cold-blooded is not a sign of confidence