Cognitive Biases in Minimalist Learning Networks: An Empirical Investigation of Regime Shifts

Potential Abstract:
This study investigates the role of cognitive biases in minimalist learning networks, focusing on the impact of regime shifts on learning outcomes. Minimalist learning networks, characterized by simplicity and efficiency in information processing, are increasingly popular in educational settings. However, the influence of cognitive biases, such as confirmation bias and anchoring effect, on learning within these networks remains poorly understood. This empirical study employs a mixed-methods approach, combining quantitative data analysis with qualitative insights from students and educators. By examining how cognitive biases manifest in minimalist learning environments and their implications for regime shifts in learning patterns, this research aims to provide valuable insights for educators and policymakers. The findings shed light on the challenges and opportunities associated with cognitive biases in minimalist learning networks, offering practical recommendations for optimizing learning experiences.

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