These look so similar…Are they the same or is something different?
Same thing with Availabilty and Representative biases…
Dnt know about framing and isolation effect. But for the latter:
Availablilty: Only using the information that is readily or easily available to draw an opinion or view
Representativeness: Overly simple decision rule i.e. given a tiny bit of superflous information and thinking “oh yeah, my opinion is x” Representativeness is split further into base-rate neglect (new information given too much importance) and sample-size neglect (small amount of information is given too much weight in the opinion).
Framing: wording a question or phrase to suit a previously held view.
The above is generally correct, but there are so many nuances with this…