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Univariate bias

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A univariate bias is a form of cognitive bias in which there is a tendency to rely on just one dimension when making a judgement when more are needed.

For example Geier & Rozin (2010)[1] established that when making judgements of peoples weight, judges disregarded the height of those being assessed. This is despite the fact it is necessary information required for making accurate estimates.

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  1. Geier, A. & Rozin, P (2010). Journal of Experimental Psychology:Applied

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