Hindsight bias: implications for further research

Hindsight Bias is a strong phenomenon which has been observed in many circumstances, and appears to influence every-day decision-making. Researchers are trying to develop hindsight bias models to provide a better theoretical explanation. Another aspect is practical relevance, whereby real-life cases need to be examined for evidence on distortion influence.

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Entry by: Stefan Schwarz

June 11, 1999
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