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The Dunning-Kruger Effect

| | November 14, 2017

Why is it that people who have no idea what they’re doing think they’re good at it? David Dunning explains how their ineptitude makes it difficult for them to be self-aware of their shortcomings. Before you judge, the same thing can apply to all of us to an extent.


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