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what affect do emotions and personal biases have on your thinking? provide an example
When emotions and personal biases cloud your thinking, it may reduce academic thinking.
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User: what affect do emotions and personal biases have on your thinking? provide an example

Weegy: When emotions and personal biases cloud your thinking, it may reduce academic thinking.
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Weegy: An example of emotional and personal biases clouding your thinking is: if you considered men to be bad drivers and witness an accident involving a woman and a man, [ you may have automatically assume that the man was at fault and let this cloud your witness statement, even though it wasn't the case. ]
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