Availability Bias

The availability bias is a tendency to think that examples that come readily to mind are more representative than is the case.

According to the Two Systems of ThinkingTwo Systems of Thinking
There are two systems of thinking - System 1 and System 2. Consider system 1 as reactive, and system 2 as analytical. System 1 (Thinking Fast) is the intuitive, reactive way of thinking based on f...
- People who follow System 1 does this, especially when: They are working on some task at the same time, Something that happened in their life made them happy, The topic is too alien, and has no way to explain or If they are 'feeling' powerful.