When we see this family and see that they basically everything, a family, house, happiness. Most will consider them friends, and by that we are stereotyping and identifying them as the other.
This young lady shows that she knows what she's doing; she shows confidence. By this we can identify her as one of the other due to what she shows and; it can be more of an enemy than a friend.
Looking at this innocent children we want to think that they are doing nothing wrong or suspicious and ignoring all the negative vibes. By this we identify them as the other just by theirs looks.
Most would fail to recognize what this mean and are developing blind-spot bias. Most just see a drawing on a wall, but it represents much more than that, tis is another way to determine the enemy.
This is a man who is very hard working, but just because we see it doesn't mean it's true. most will tend to do anchoring bias because we get some type of information differentiate from that.
This women combing her hair by the river people say it's bad because there can be type of infection that can be picked up, but not to this women. She is ignoring availability bias; another way to choose an enemy.
This pictures tends to cause clustering bias because the patterns in this picture are different from other that are more cheerful, this one just seems to be black and white; pushing aside the enemy.
This drawing is also another example of clustering bias due to how it's drawn and what it represents. It can confuse some because it's blurry, but also because of it's colors and what it represents.
This is a picture of a lady's body and it can cause the placebo effect towards people that see her because there is an effect of what people think of hr after everyone see's her this way.
This mom showing her care for her baby is another way to distinguish the enemy. By using selective perception; we are separating what she is doing as the picture and what she tends to do which the audience doesn't know.
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