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'Doubt yourself more': Why your brain is playing tricks on you

Neuroscientist and clinical psychologist Albert Moukheiber says our brains trick us and should not be fully trusted. By making predictions and filling in gaps in information, our brains often lead us to the wrong conclusion, he explains. The solution, he says, is to slow down our thinking. He even advises switching our thoughts off as much as possible. Moukheiber also gives us his Perspective on the appeal of fake news and tells us why our brains can be so bad for the environment.

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