Why half-knowing people often overestimate themselves

Again and again we meet people who consider themselves particularly competent, although they actually have no idea. This phenomenon of overconfidence is called the Dunning-Kruger effect. Your browser cannot play this video. Video of Aisha Butt We probably all know them: self-proclaimed football experts who watch the game from the couch but believe they are… Continue reading Why half-knowing people often overestimate themselves