Cognitive Bias: Zeigarnik Effect – Remembering Interrupted Tasks
Jan27

Cognitive Bias: Zeigarnik Effect – Remembering Interrupted Tasks

Read in 3 minutes Imagine you’re working on a puzzle. You know that a bunch of researchers are watching to see how you complete this puzzle. Half way through, you’re interrupted. The researcher asks you to do something else. Later that day, the researcher asks you about the puzzle. More specifically, they ask you to remember details about the puzzle. How well do you think you’ll do? What if your results were compared...

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