Framing vs Isolation effect

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…