What practical psychological knowledge is there in life? (Second Part)

26. Double standard effect
Double standard is a manifestation of "self-service bias", this tendency makes people overestimate the correctness of their behavior, and it is difficult to realize the trouble and harm caused to others inadvertently.
So many times, a person who betrays love cannot accept that others betray him, because he will rationalize his behavior and underestimate the consequences of his behavior. "If I treated you the same way, you would have run out of sight."

27, choice phobia
When we are faced with too many choices, the brain will directly freeze and give up making choices because the things to be processed and compared are too cumbersome. At this time, we often make wrong decisions.
This is how "choice phobia" comes from. When buying things, although you can buy everything if you have money, because I am poor, it is impossible not to make choices...
So you might as well reduce the range of choices, first think about what you want, and then screen out a large area according to your requirements. In this way, we can process less information and make the choices we really want.

28, the halo effect
When we understand things, we are likely to have the "love house and black" mindset. When a person has a certain advantage, we will spread this positive impression to other areas. People have a strong view of a certain point of a person. When you have a positive impression, you often do not actively think about whether this person is also positive in other aspects, but is habitually thinking that it must be excellent.
This kind of psychology is called the "halo effect", which is like the halo of the moon, fuzzy and unreal.
When we look at a person or an event, we must be alert to the halo effect, which will make people lose their objective judgment. We can only see the event itself through one event, just as we cannot through a person’s private life. The state negates his professional ability, and we cannot affirm a person's character based on his professional ability.

29. Beber's Law
The original one yuan newspaper has become 10 yuan, you will definitely feel unacceptable; in comparison, the original 5,000 yuan computer has increased by 50 yuan, you will certainly not have such a big reaction.
Beber's law shows that when a person experiences a strong stimulus, the stimulus given later becomes insignificant to him.

30. Murphy's Law
The more scared things are, the more likely it is to happen. With the newly purchased mobile phone in my pocket, I was afraid of being stolen on the bus. I checked whether the mobile phone was still there every once in a while. This action attracted the attention of the thief, and the mobile phone was eventually stolen.
Just because they are afraid of happening, they are very concerned. The more concentrated, the easier it is to make mistakes. This is the famous Murphy's theorem.

31. Dugan's Law
If a person wins anything, 80% depends on attitude and 20% depends on intelligence. So a person’s success or failure depends on his self-confidence. If the person is inferior, then inferiority will kill his intelligence and kill him. His will.
If you want to perform well, light up the beacon of self-confidence in your heart.

32. Beeren's Law
If you have never had a record of failure in a year, you have never had the courage to try and seize the opportunities that should be seized. In Vientiane, success or failure depends on each other. Billen's Law dialectically recognizes "failure" and regards failure as a prelude to success, and failure is also an opportunity.
How to deal with "failure" is an unavoidable problem in the process of growing up. Don't be afraid. As long as you are acting, as long as you are thinking, whether you succeed or fail, you are making progress.

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