People with higher weights get a lower quality of care from providers -- including delays in access to treatments -- due to cognitive bias.
By Tom Mihaljevic, president and CEO of Cleveland Clinic Most corporate vision statements include the word commitment. But
Implicit bias is an everyone problem, because it is a brain problem. And it was brave to address that problem, as politicians rarely tell us things that make us uncomfortable.
How candidates say things matters just as much as whether they stuck to the facts.
During a normal election year, you can set your watch based on the following stages of bias overwhelming the ability to think critically.
There are well-documented reasons that we humans are fearful of the wrong things (from an odds perspective).
Speaking at Harvard Law, "Making a Murderer" Attorney Dean Strang Highlights Our Troubling Rate of Wrongful Convictions--and Suggests a Solution
The vast majority of prosecutors are true professionals, keenly aware of their immense power and its consequent responsibility. They form accurate conclusions on guilt far more often than the converse. Still, cognitive bias and overconfidence touch us all.
This centrality of critical thinking is reflected in our educational rhetoric with Presidents, Governors, Secretaries of
Here's the myth. The idea that successful people are somehow different from other people.
What sets resilient people apart from those who give up more easily? The ability to manage and master their explanatory styles post situations, both personal and professional.