Decision Biases Many times we aren't even aware of our decision bias. Learn about decision bias below. AnchoringWhat you see or hear first fels most important. Status-QuoWhen you prefer things to stay the same. Sunk CostWe make decisions that justify past choices. Confirming EvidenceWe seek information that supports our existing view. FramingThe way we state the problem influences results. Est. / ForecastingDecisions made with a lack of feedback about accuracy. PrimingBeing influenced by information received prior. Project InfluenceTeams select a project desireable to them. PoliticsSkews decisions to the most influential person. Personal InfluenceSelecting projects based on personal bias. Dominant CriterionFocusing on one criterion and ignoring the rest. Thin SlicingMaking snap judgements based on first impressions.