I have shared an ANKI flashcard deck called "Cognitive Biases and Related Terms," which is an upgrade of another shared deck. The deck is composed of most cognitive biases listed on Wikipedia, and a few other related terms, with links embedded in the cards for easy reference to articles. Including the links is both time-consuming and a major improvement in usability from the original deck, as thoroughly defining many of these concepts cannot be done on a single card. I also improved the formatting and fixed a bunch of definitions.

I have been devoting ~20 minutes/day to memorizing this deck with positive results.

To download the deck, open ANKI and then select File>Download>Shared Deck. Search for "Cognitive Biases and Related Terms." You are able to modify the deck through ANKI and share your own updated version. 

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What kind of positive results have you seen?

I second the question.

To Duke, thank you, this looks useful. It would also be helpful if you mention the number of cards. Edit: there are 158 cards.

I searched ANKI for "Cognitive Biases" but do not see a deck named "Cognitive Biases and Related Terms".

The two decks that are available are described so similarly that I can't figure out which one is supposed to be the improved version, or whether your deck even still exists.

Would you mind fixing this?

Same as Epiphany: I can't find the deck either. Could you maybe post the exported deck?

awesome i have the deck it sounds like its based on

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