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C.O.E

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Cause O' Effect

Cause O' Effect

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  • 5. remind<br />
  • 6. mitigate<br />remind<br />
  • 7. remind<br />mitigate<br />
  • 8. remind<br />mitigate<br />
  • 9. remind<br />mitigate<br />
  • 10. remind<br />mitigate<br />
  • 11. remind<br />mitigate<br />
  • 12. remind<br />mitigate<br />
  • 13. remind<br />mitigate<br />EFFECT<br />
  • 14. EFFECT<br />SAG<br />CHAIN<br />EFFECT<br />CAUSE<br />S.A.G.timents:<br />As a result of the recency effect, people tend to focus on the Effect event and put blame on damages caused by the reacting effect plus anything and everything but the cause =&gt; Magnification of the EFFECT’s recent stimuli or observations.<br />That explains a never ending cycle of any existing issue: It’s factors (causes + sub-causes of the problem) are overlooked since no solution is worked on and found, therefore the same old issue/problem repeats.<br />

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