Cognitive biases are like tricks that our brains sometimes play on us.
Listen to this article The Dunning-Kruger effect describes how people often learn a little bit about something and then talk like they know everything about the subject. Imagine you've been playing a new video game for a couple of weeks. You might think you're really good at it because you
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For language learners, you might know about grit and self-control and how they're important for reaching your goals. But what are these traits exactly, and how are they different?
An inference is a conclusion that you reach based on what you already know and what is in the text.
Spaced repetition is a learning technique that involves reviewing material just as you are about to forget it.