Why do some people always think their rocks are better?

2022-06-23 0 By

Move hands, click on the upper right corner “attention”, stone circle with you to play stone!”There are few decent stones in this fine art exhibition. If my baby takes them out, it will kill everyone in a second!””I send a few square hide stone, let you see what is fine!””What the hell is all this?None of them hit me!Or look at your own stone comfortable.”…Big words like the one above (and a lot of hidden micro-expressions), I’m sure you’ve all seen or heard something in the circle.If the bluster can really come up with a convincing hidden stone, it is not wrong, after all, people blowing cattle have come true.All too often, however, they did not produce any decent stones at all, and if they did, they were nothing more than that.For this phenomenon, it is estimated that many stone friends can not help but ask: why do so many people always think their stones are good?Psychologically speaking, this kind of high view of their own (stone appreciation level and Tibetan stone) and low view of others (stone appreciation level and Tibetan stone) psychology, in fact, belongs to the Darhk effect.The Darke effect is a cognitive bias in which incompetent people draw incorrect conclusions based on their own ill-considered decisions, but are unable to correctly recognize their own deficiencies or effectively identify wrong behavior.Indulging in a self-created illusion of superiority, these incompetent people often overestimate their own abilities and fail to objectively evaluate the abilities of others.The Darke effect relates to the relationship between your skill level in an area and your ability to self-evaluate that skill (metacognition: knowledge of knowledge).Combined with stone appreciation is: do you have an accurate judgment on your own stone appreciation level and hidden stone in what position in the stone circle?Without accurate judgment, people will fall into the “Dark circle” and become more and more conceited and self-righteous.It is clear that those who are abusive or even boastfully fall into the “Darky circle” because of cognitive bias.In addition, these stone friends with negative praise also reflect another psychological effect — the endowment effect.It means that once people own an item, they tend to think that the item they own is more valuable than the same item owned by others. In other words, their evaluation and expectation of the value of the item are greatly increased than before they own it.If combined with the actual situation of the stone circle, it is easier to understand.It is clearly the same kind of stone almost the quality of the stone, a lot of people see their own stone as treasure, and other people’s stone such as grass.Some may have been reluctant to look at the stone before the coincidence of fate, but after getting fondly.Thus there is a mixed and inconsistent situation, let a person laugh and cry.So how do you avoid the Darke effect and the endowment effect?This requires us to develop insight in the cognitive process.Insight, also known as inspiration, refers to the process of thinking through understanding and discovering the relationship between goals and means to achieve problem solving.This way of thinking usually occurs in the use of existing knowledge, principles to solve new problems, it is a process of mutation, a strong accidental factor, like an electric light, make people suddenly enlightened.Whether it is learning, life, or stone appreciation, need a certain understanding and Epiphany ability.Generally speaking, there are two ways to develop insight. First, you should always remind yourself that there is a lot you don’t know, accept yourself and admit that you don’t know.Two, more communication with others.Life requires constant encouragement and listening to other people’s ideas, so that we can learn about ourselves and ourselves through others’ opinions and feedbacks. We should always be on guard against falling into the trap of blind confidence by comparing ourselves with other celebrities in the circle. This is the so-called “taking others as a mirror can show our gains and losses”.Shakespeare said, “Fools think they are wise, but wise men know they are fools.”Lao Tzu’s Tao Te Ching says, “He who knows others is wise, and he who knows himself is wise.”Confucius said in the Analects of Confucius, “Knowledge is knowledge; noknowledge is knowledge.”They all say the same thing, reminding us not to be blindly confident and to avoid cognitive bias.Otherwise it will only make you laugh.Photo: integrated Shiyou and web, for appreciation only