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2018/3/10 下午 5)32 The Trap of Confirmation Bias - 1 ໚页(共 3 ໚页) Sections Home Search Skip to content The New York Times Search Subscribe Now Log In 0 Settings Close search Site Search Navigation Search Search Clear this text input Go 1. Loading... See next articles See previous articles Site Mobile Navigation The Opinion Pages facebook twitter pinterest email The Trap of Confirmation Bias Thomas Gilovich , a professor of psychology at Cornell University, is the author, with Lee Ross, of " The Wisest One in the Room : How You Can Benefit from Social Psychology's Most Powerful Insights." Updated December 22, 2015, 3:21 AM Some of our most pronounced intellectual weaknesses are the by-product of our greatest intellectual strengths. Many perceptual illusions, for example, are the result of the brain’s remarkable facility for organizing incoming sensations into meaningful units.
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