Book:A Look at the Bias and the Fallacy

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A Look at the Fallacy[edit]

Logical fallacies
Fallacy
List of fallacies
Anangeon
Appeal to probability
Argument from setting a precedent
Argumentum a contrario
Argumentum ad captandum
Broken window fallacy
Parable of the broken window
Cartesian circle
Category mistake
Conditional probability
Confusion of the inverse
Conjunction fallacy
Courtier's Reply
Deductive fallacy
Definist fallacy
Descriptive fallacy
Double counting
Drinking the Kool-Aid
Ecological fallacy
Fallacies of definition
Fallacy of distribution
Fallacy of quoting out of context
False attribution
False equivalence
False premise
Greedy reductionism
Halo effect
Historical fallacy
Homunculus argument
If-by-whiskey
Inconsistent triad
Infinite regress
Intensional fallacy
Jingle-jangle fallacies
Mathematical fallacy
Moving the goalposts
Nirvana fallacy
Non sequitur
Package-deal fallacy
Politician's syllogism
Post disputation argument
Prosecutor's fallacy
Proving too much
Psychologist's fallacy
Reification
Relativist fallacy
Retrospective determinism
Spurious relationship
Sunk costs
Survivorship bias
Third-cause fallacy
Three men make a tiger
Trivial objections
Truthiness
Van Gogh fallacy
Logical fallacies - Formal fallacies
Formal fallacy
Masked man fallacy
Circular reasoning
Logical fallacies - Formal fallacies - Propositional fallacies in propositional logic
Affirming a disjunct
Affirming the consequent
Denying the antecedent
False dilemma
Logical fallacies - Formal fallacies - Quantificational fallacies in quantificational logic
Existential fallacy
Proof by example
Quantifier shift
Logical fallacies - Formal fallacies - Syllogistic fallacies
Syllogism
Syllogistic fallacy
Affirmative conclusion from a negative premise
Converse accident
A dicto simpliciter
Fallacy of exclusive premises
Fallacy of four terms
Fallacy of necessity
Fallacy of the undistributed middle
Illicit contrary
Illicit major
Illicit minor
Illicit subalternation
Illicit subcontrary
Immediate inference
Negative conclusion from affirmative premises
Superalternation
Logical fallacies - Inductive fallacies
Faulty generalization
Availability heuristic
Blind men and an elephant
Cherry picking
Confirmation bias
Counterinduction
Hasty generalization
Idola fori
Idola theatri
Idola specus
Idola tribus
McNamara fallacy
Misleading vividness
Motivated reasoning
Overwhelming exception
Slippery slope
Slothful induction
Logical fallacies - Informal fallacies
Informal fallacy
Absence paradox
Anecdotal evidence
Begging the question
Complex question
Continuum fallacy
Correlative-based fallacies
Credo quia absurdum
Denying the correlative
Fallacy of relative privation
Falsism
Furtive fallacy
Historian's fallacy
Hot-hand fallacy
I'm entitled to my opinion
Incomplete comparison
Inconsistent comparison
Kettle logic
Loaded question
Mind projection fallacy
Misology
Missing dollar riddle
Name calling
One-sided argument
Overbelief
Parade of horribles
Presentism
Rationalization
Suggestive question
Suppressed correlative
Truth by consensus
Logical fallacies - Informal fallacies - Causal fallacies
Questionable cause
Animistic fallacy
Circular reference
Circular reporting
Correlation does not imply causation
Fallacy of prescience
Fallacy of the single cause
Gambler's conceit
Gambler's ruin
Inverse gambler's fallacy
Post hoc ergo propter hoc
Regression fallacy
Texas sharpshooter fallacy
Wrong direction
Logical fallacies - Informal fallacies - Causal fallacies - Magical thinking
Magical thinking
Folk religion
Illusion of control
Law of contagion
Obsessive–compulsive disorder
Performativity
Placebo
Placebo button
Psychological theories of magic
Magic and religion
Segen
Wish fulfillment
Logical fallacies - Informal fallacies - Causal fallacies - Types of scientific fallacy
Cargo cult science
Fabrication
Just-so story
Pathological science
Politicization of science
Pseudoscience
Pseudoskepticism
Psychobabble
Scientific misconduct
Valence effect
Voodoo Science
Logical fallacies - Informal fallacies - Causal fallacies - Types of scientific fallacy - Cognitive biases
Cognitive bias
List of cognitive biases
Accentuation effect
Acquiescence bias
Adaptive bias
Affect heuristic
Ambiguity effect
Anchoring
Apophenia
Attentional bias
Attitude polarization
Attribute substitution
Attribution bias
Belief bias
Ben Franklin effect
Bias blind spot
Black-dog bias
The Century of the Self
Certainty effect
Clustering illusion
Cognitive bias mitigation
Cognitive closure
Cognitive dissonance
Cognitive distortion
Congruence bias
Conservatism
Contrast effect
Cultural bias
Curse of knowledge
Data dredging
Déformation professionnelle
Deindividualisation
Denomination effect
Distinction bias
Dunning–Kruger effect
Duration neglect
Egocentric bias
Emotion regulation and eating
Empathy gap
Endowment effect
Exaggeration
Experimenter's regress
Extension neglect
Extrinsic incentives bias
False-consensus effect
Familiarity heuristic
Fluency heuristic
Forer effect
Fundamental attribution error
Group attribution error
Group-serving bias
Hawthorne effect
Hedonistic relevance
Heuristics in judgment and decision making
Hyperbolic discounting
Hypocognition
Ikea Effect
Illusion of asymmetric insight
Illusion of external agency
Illusion of transparency
Illusion of validity
Illusory correlation
Illusory superiority
Impact bias
Implicit cognition
In-group favoritism
Inequity aversion
Information bias
Information bias
Insensitivity to sample size
Introspection illusion
John Henry effect
Just-world hypothesis
Lady Macbeth effect
Less-is-better effect
Locus of control
Loss aversion
Lost in the mall technique
Ludic fallacy
Mindset
Minimisation
Mistakes Were Made
Money illusion
Moral credential
Naïve cynicism
Naïve realism
Name–letter effect
Negativity bias
Negativity effect
Neglect of probability
Normalcy bias
Nudge theory
Observer-expectancy effect
Omission bias
Optimism bias
Ostrich effect
Othello error
Out-group homogeneity
Outcome bias
Overjustification effect
Pareidolia
Peak–end rule
Perceptual psychology
Pessimism bias
Physical attractiveness stereotype
Planning fallacy
Pollyanna principle
Positive illusions
Positivity offset
Post-purchase rationalization
Precision bias
Pseudocertainty effect
Psychological pricing
Psychological projection
Publication bias
Pygmalion effect
Reactive devaluation
Realism theory
Recall bias
Recency principle
Response bias
Restraint bias
Rhyme-as-reason effect
Scarcity heuristic
Scope neglect
Selective perception
Self-deception
Self-defeating prophecy
Self-fulfilling prophecy
Self-propaganda
Self-reference effect
Self-serving bias
Serial position effect
Social comparison bias
Spacing effect
Straight and Crooked Thinking
Subadditivity effect
Subject-expectancy effect
Subjective validation
Time-saving bias
Trait ascription bias
True-believer syndrome
Well travelled road effect
Woozle effect
Worse-than-average effect
Zero-risk bias
Logical fallacies - Informal fallacies - Causal fallacies - Types of scientific fallacy - Cognitive biases - Framing (social sciences)‎
Framing
Framing effect
Agenda-setting theory
Hostile media effect
Prospect theory
Logical fallacies - Informal fallacies - Causal fallacies - Types of scientific fallacy - Cognitive biases - Framing (social sciences)‎ - Framing theorists
Judith Butler
Erving Goffman
Daniel Kahneman
Jim A. Kuypers
George Lakoff
Frank Luntz
Steven Poole
Sheldon Rampton
Dietram Scheufele
George Soros
John Stauber
Amos Tversky
Logical fallacies - Informal fallacies - Causal fallacies - Types of scientific fallacy - Cognitive biases - Memory biases‎
List of memory biases
Childhood amnesia
Choice-supportive bias
Cryptomnesia
Cue-dependent forgetting
Fading affect bias
Functional fixedness
Gender differences in eyewitness memory
Generation effect
Google effect
Hindsight bias
Levels-of-processing effect
Memory inhibition
Mere-exposure effect
Misinformation effect
Modality effect
Overconfidence effect
Picture superiority effect
Positivity effect
Reminiscence bump
Rosy retrospection
Selective memory loss
Selective omission
Self-referential encoding
Serial memory processing
Telescoping effect
Von Restorff effect
Bluma Zeigarnik
Logical fallacies - Informal fallacies - Conformity
Conformity
Abilene paradox
Anticonformity
Asch conformity experiments
Bandwagon effect
Communal reinforcement
Compliance
Deindividuation
Dominant ideology
General Group Problem Solving (GGPS) Model
Group cohesiveness
Groupthink
Hofling hospital experiment
Identification
Information cascade
Internalisation
Irving Janis
The Lonely Crowd
Milgram experiment
Mindguard
Mores
Norm
Normative social influence
Obedience
Self-censorship
Sheeple
Social proof
Socialization
Spiral of silence
Spreadthink
Stanford prison experiment
Status quo bias
System justification
Logical fallacies - Informal fallacies - Relevance fallacies
Relevance
Ignoratio elenchi
Accident
Appeal to consequences
Appeal to nature
Argument from fallacy
Argument from ignorance
Argument from silence
Argument to moderation
Argumentum ad baculum
Base rate fallacy
Bulverism
Chewbacca defense
Chronological snobbery
Double-barreled question
Etymological fallacy
Evidence of absence
False analogy
Gambler's fallacy
Invincible ignorance fallacy
Moralistic fallacy
Proof by assertion
Red herring
Special pleading
Straw man
The squeaky wheel gets the grease
Two wrongs make a right
Logical fallacies - Informal fallacies - Relevance fallacies - Appeals to emotion
Appeal to emotion
Appeal to fear
Appeal to flattery
Appeal to loyalty
Appeal to novelty
Appeal to pity
Appeal to ridicule
Appeal to spite
Think of the children
Flag-waving
Invented here
Island mentality
Not invented here
Wisdom of repugnance
Wishful thinking
Logical fallacies - Informal fallacies - Relevance fallacies - Genetic fallacies
Genetic fallacy
Ad hominem
Appeal to accomplishment
Appeal to motive
Appeal to tradition
Argument from authority
Argumentum ad crumenam
Argumentum ad lapidem
Argumentum ad lazarum
Argumentum ad populum
Association fallacy
Ipse dixit
Naturalistic fallacy
Poisoning the well
Pro hominem
Reductio ad Hitlerum
Tu quoque
Logical fallacies - Informal fallacies - Verbal fallacies
Amphibology
Fallacy of composition
Fallacy of division
Equivocation
Loki's Wager
No true Scotsman
Unclassified
Logical form
Propositional calculus
Quantification
Ad nauseam
Philosophic burden of proof
Moral high ground
Fact–value distinction
Proof by intimidation
Duane Gish
Argument
Pathetic fallacy
Thought Reform and the Psychology of Totalism
Judgmental language
Godwin's law
Camel's nose
Reductio ad absurdum
Sophistical Refutations
List of incomplete proofs
Circular definition
Division by zero
Proposition
List of politically motivated renamings
Propaganda model
Too Much 4 Much
We're Only in It for the Money
Experimenter's bias
Scientific method
Reason
Richard Whately
Sophism
Card stacking
Deductive reasoning
Validity
Paul E. Meehl
Gary Larson
Novum Organum
Francis Bacon
John Stuart Mill
Jeremy Bentham
List of paradoxes
Cogency
Demagogue
Evidence
False statement
Paradox
Soundness
Truth
Victim blaming
Attacking Faulty Reasoning
Argumentation theory
Aristotle
William of Ockham
Jean Buridan
Arthur Schopenhauer
False precision
Sampling bias
Vagueness
Ambiguity
Logic
Rhetoric
List of common misconceptions
Prior probability
Logical disjunction
Antecedent
Consequent
Indicative conditional
Categorical proposition
Middle term
There are known knowns
Is–ought problem
Direct reference theory
Outline of public relations
Ad hoc
Counterexample
Universal
Exception that proves the rule
Loaded language
Epistemic commitment
Euphemism
Persuasive definition
Quibble
The Merchant of Venice
Word sense
Meaning
Polysemy
Semantic change
Referent
Paradox of thrift
Voting paradox
Monty Hall problem
Selection bias
False positive paradox
Law of averages
Logical consequence
Premise
Causality
Probability
Conclusion
William Frankena
G. E. Moore
J. L. Austin
Truth condition
Simpson's paradox
Milton Mayer
Truth value
Falsifiability
Inference objection
Co-premise
John Dewey
Regress argument