Cognitive Biases — Dunning–Kruger effect

The research

William Poundstone — Dunning Kruger Effect
Dunning Kruger Effect with context

Experiment

Why does the Dunning-Kruger Effect happen?

“I know one thing: I know nothing” — Charles Darwin

ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge”; William Shakespeare

he who knows best knows how little he knows”. — Thomas Jefferson

McArthur Wheeler case

Summary

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Senior Interaction Designer. Living in Cardiff, South Wales, interested in human psychology and behaviours. Writing all sorts of stories that interest me.

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Michael Gearon

Michael Gearon

Senior Interaction Designer. Living in Cardiff, South Wales, interested in human psychology and behaviours. Writing all sorts of stories that interest me.

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