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Unformatted text preview: actually know how. eg. typing a password, when you think about it, you might not actually knw. 2) premature cognitive commitments (mere exposure effect) 3) belief that resources are limited: eg. believing that the 4 minute mile is impossible. Taking it for granted. When it is not the case 4) Education for outcome: entity. Scores rather than learning (outcome orientation) 5) Power of context. Eg. sad at funeral. Cost of mindlessness: -single minded narrow self image -loss of control-learned helplessness-stunted potential (being inflexible. Cognitive repetition. Some actions can be mindless. Therefore no growth in self-improvement)...
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