Cognitive biases: Falling for false expertise … — The Homa Files

People don’t naturally know who they should listen to. ========== Worse yet, in a majority of instances when a reliable expert is identified, people end up following somebody else’s advice. That’s what Univ. of Utah’s management professor Bryan Bonner concludes. ========== Bonner observes that rather than identifying advisers with actual competence, people habitually fall for […]

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