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'''False beliefs''' are [[beliefs]] that people have which have no basis in reality. Such beliefs are thought to arise as a consequence of [[cognitive processes]] such as a failure of [[cognitive discrimination]] or the process of [[cognitive generalization]]
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'''False beliefs''' are [[beliefs]] that people have which have no basis in [[reality]]. Such beliefs are thought to arise as a consequence of [[cognitive processes]] such as a failure of [[cognitive discrimination]] or the process of [[cognitive generalization]]
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
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*[[Fallacies]]
 
*[[False memory]]
 
*[[False memory]]
 
*[[Irrational beliefs]]
 
*[[Irrational beliefs]]
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*[[Logic]]
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*[[Reasoning]]
 
*[[Theory of mind]]
 
*[[Theory of mind]]
   

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False beliefs are beliefs that people have which have no basis in reality. Such beliefs are thought to arise as a consequence of cognitive processes such as a failure of cognitive discrimination or the process of cognitive generalization

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