Simple Cognitive Bias Quiz

Take this short, simple quiz to learn how easy it is to fall for some of the most common Cognitive Biases.

You flip a (fair) coin 100 times. You'll win money every time it lands on heads. How many times will it land on heads?

You flipped a (fair) coin and guessed correctly that it would land on tails three times in a row. What are your odds of guessing which side the coin will land on next?

When it comes to my skills:

In social settings, I usually feel like:‍

When I see this packaging, I see

Sydney Opera House was originally scheduled for four years, with a budget of AUS $7 million. What was the cost and duration of the project?

There is a clear correlation between a full moon and hospital admissions, casino payouts, suicides, traffic accidents, crime rates, and many other common events.

When I hear an opinion from a politician belonging to a party I don't support I often think: “If those guys proposed it, you know it has to be bad for us”

In the last 20 years, the proportion of the world population living in extreme poverty has:

I often seek out information which confirms my opinion and disregard information which contradicts it.

It looks like you're susceptible to 5 out of the 10 biases we tested for.

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