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Hindsight Bias

This bias is very common. In fact, some label this as simple human nature. When looking back on a situation people often feel like they knew the outcome and probable issues before it happened.  Look back on most things bring clarity and still with a bias as view it naturally to benefit what sounds and feels right to the individual.

A great example is a child who shouts out an an answer and suddenly realizes it is wrong. He quickly reacts “Oh, I knew that. I just said it wrong.

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  • Question of

    Do you believe hind sight is 20/20?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question of

    Do you believe bias can be a good thing?

    • Yes
    • No


What do you think?


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      • Nah, it’s probably just me.

        I’m just too biased towards the word bias … that I tend to associate it in a negative way…

        I do know I get biased but at the same time I feel quite helpless about dropping it.

  1. It’s similar to ‘single-minded’, I think. I believe when I used to fact and truth-based evidence, before declaring my conclusions, I will always do and say the truth, as a principle and practice in life. If my memory is a bit questionable and blurry about certain things, I’d always :1. Admit it to myself; 2. investigate myself and see the balance of everything; 3. If I’m wrong, based on facts and truth, I’d admit it openly.

    I’m biased towards the truth, the right and the good. I guess, that’s a good thing. 🙂


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