- Anchoring, a tendency to be influenced by extraneous cues when in ambiguous circumstances
- A tendency to be overly influenced by storytelling, particularly human-interest stories
- Overconfidence, particularly in ego-involving judgements
- Nonconsequentialist reasoning, a difficulty in thinking thorugh the array of hypothetical events that could potentially occur in the future
- Social influence, a tendency to adopt the attitudes of others around us without realizing we are doing so.
Bonus: A list of cognitive biases. There's plenty of graphical representations of these all over the internet; I'm only posting this one in particular because it's the one I happened across most recently. None of this is "new" information, and some are repeats of the above list: