Critical thinking is an essential skill in our age of constant information (and misinformation), but our own subconscious biases don't help matters much when it comes to sorting out truth from viral nonsense. This graphic outlines some of those biases, complete with examples so you understand how pervasive they can really be.
We've walked through some of these before, with descriptions for each, but the brief illustrated examples of each bias here are especially helpful. From seeing the "curse of knowledge" as a professor in front of a class full of children to the "Dunning-Kruger effect" as someone fresh off a small championship trying to do something far beyond their abilities or expertise, each example is good and clear.
Check out the whole graphic below to see more examples (that you may have even caught yourself in from time to time), or hit the link below.
How Cognitive Biases Affect Our Everyday Decisions [Towergate Insurance]