When our brain deceives us

When, as in these days of coronavirus, we are faced with unforeseen circumstances that entail a necessary readjustment, we can face moments of profound difficulty. Although we all have a natural predisposition to protect ourselves from dangers, it often happens that we are not able to correctly analyze the reality that surrounds us, especially if it is complex and unexpected.

This is because our brain is a perfect machine that, in moments of greatest stress, goes haywire, sending us deceptive messages that make us incorrectly evaluate what is happening around us.

So let’s see what are the most frequent cognitive errors that we encounter when we are faced with situations that we do not know how to recognize and avoid.

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