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The frequency illusion: we notice what’s top of mind - Sketchplanations

The frequency illusion: we notice what’s top of mind

The reason, generally, is simply that all those times previously we weren’t tuned in to notice what’s top of mind now. The frequency likely hasn’t changed a bit just our noticing of it has.

Also known as the Baader-Meinhof Phenomenon.

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