December 8, 2013 by Mark Brady
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Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged Actor-Observer Bias, AMA, Backfire Effect, Black Swan, clinical psychologist, countertransference, Curse of Knowledge, DSM-V, Dunning-Kruger, Empathy Gap, Functional Fixedness, Fundamental Attribution Error, Hippocratic Oath, Illusion of Control, Illusion of Transparency, Information Bias, Irv Yalom, motivated reasoning, Observer-Expectancy Effect, Outcome Bias, Overconfidence Efffect, Pro-Innovation Bias, Semmelweis Reflex, Texas Sharpshooter Fallacy, The Dude Effect, therapeutic nihilism, Trait Ascription Bias, transference, unthought known |
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