Carnegie Mellon University
June 08, 2015

Researchers Find Everyone Has a Bias Blind Spot

Researchers Find Everyone Has a Bias Blind Spot Researchers Find Everyone Has a Bias Blind Spot

It has been well established that people have a “bias blind spot,” meaning that they are less likely to detect bias in themselves than others.

Now, researchers have developed a tool to measure the bias blind spot. A new study reveals that believing you are less biased than your peers has detrimental consequences on judgments and behaviors, such as accurately judging whether advice is useful.

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