Confirmation bias in games

Mike Bourke at Campaign Mastery has written a great piece talking about confirmation bias, how it occurs in games, and how to use it during play. Confirmation bias tends to be the way in which people look for evidence that supports their position or opinions about things and are based in effects in information processing. If you tie this sort of thing into how misinformation and lies can be used in games, then you can make your games even more complex and interesting for your players.

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  1. mikeatcampaignmasterydotcom November 13, 2014