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Copyright 2016 Alan P. Xenakis, MD, Doc X MD Funny Feelings

 


 

?Availability Cascade? that?s today on Doc X?s Funny Feelings?

 


 

Availability cascade brings unproven credibility to an idea or

 

insight by repeatedly rationalizing a complex process in a simplistic

 

manner so it can gain rapid acceptance by peers. The idea?s resulting

 

rising popularity triggers a chain reaction tempting us to adopt the new

 

plausible insight because other folks have also adopted it as reality.

 

This increased use and popularity of the new idea involves both the

 

availability of a previously obscure term or idea, and our perceived need

 

for us to appear to be current with the stated beliefs and ideas of others,

 

regardless of whether they in fact fully believe in the idea that they are

 

expressing. Specifically, our need for social acceptance, the constant

 

repetition of the idea, and the apparent sophistication of the new insight,

 

simply overwhelms our critical thinking and due diligence.

 

Common sources for launching Availability cascade bias?s usually

 

begin with the mass media and social networks. These outlets act as

 

resources which create platforms for beliefs that are widely "available?

 

to all, often at the expense of absent in-depth explanations and facts.

 

While Availability cascades work because we have a burning

 

Copyright Alan P. Xenakis, MD, Doc X MD Funny Feelings Air Date March 10, 2016 9 + 365= 374 words

 


 

Copyright 2016 Alan P. Xenakis, MD, Doc X MD Funny Feelings

 


 

desire to seek solutions that are simple and efficient, we also use mental

 

shortcuts that replace a complex problem with a simpler one. These

 

shortcuts frequently lead to systematic deviations from facts and truths.

 

In sum, we often make decisions while economizing on time,

 

information, and effort.

 

Notoriously poor at thinking statistically? we habitually operate

 

on the notion that, "if we can think of it, it must be important and

 

factual." Availability Cascades and their frequency influence our

 

perceived view of healthcare, business, our environment, and politics.

 

While first-hand information is often more available to us, that

 

availability is regularly skewed by media and social networks.

 

Availability cascade bias impacts us when we, as consumers and

 

business owners, make buying and operating decisions based on

 

someone's opinion rather than the facts in front of us.

 

When it comes to Availability Cascade bias explaining why a lot

 

of folks can be misguided? it?s a Funny Feeling to know that when

 

Availability Cascades give us inaccurate beliefs to SWALLOW? bad

 

choices and decisions in public and private policy often FOLLOW?

 


 

Copyright Alan P. Xenakis, MD, Doc X MD Funny Feelings Air Date March 10, 2016 9 + 365= 374 words

 


 

 

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