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A Cognitive Bias In Which Travellers Tend To Miscalculate

A Cognitive Bias In Which Travellers Tend To Miscalculate

A cognitive bias in which travelers tend to miscalculate the time taken to traverse routes depending on the familiarity of the route is called the well-traveled road effect.

Study Link-https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Well_travelled_road_effect#:~:text=The%20well%20travelled%20road%20effect,shorter%20time%20than%20unfamiliar%20routes.