The Atir-Rosenzweig-Dunning Effect: When Experts Claim to Know the Unknowable — Someone Somewhere

Dunning has now conducted a new study with colleagues Stav Atir and Emily Rosenzweig, finding that expertise has its own pitfalls. In a series of experiments conducted at Cornell University, the researchers found that people with greater knowledge in a particular domain were more likely to claim knowledge that they could not possibly know. The researchers first asked […]

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