5. Dunning-Kruger Effect: - Deepstash
5. Dunning-Kruger Effect:

5. Dunning-Kruger Effect:

People with low ability at a task tend to overestimate their ability, while those with high ability may underestimate it. An example could be an inexperienced chess player believing they are as skilled as a grandmaster.

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These cognitive biases and mind traps influence decision-making, perception, and behavior in various aspects of our lives. Recognizing them can help us make more rational and informed choices.

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3. Underestimating abilities

3. Underestimating abilities

They often underestimate their abilities and skills. They may excel in certain areas, but they'll dismiss their achievements as luck or timing rather than acknowledging their own capabilities.

The Dunning-Kruger Effect

Dunning-Kruger Effect

Dunning-Kruger Effect

  • The Dunning-Kruger effect is a type of cognitive bias in which people believe that they are smarter and more capable than they really are. Essentially, low ability people do not possess the skills needed to recognize their own

Causes Of Dunning-Kruger Effect

Causes Of Dunning-Kruger Effect

Incompetence robs the mental ability to realize just how inept they are.

Incompetent people tend to:

  • Overconfident their own skill levels

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