RECOBIA - Reduction of Cognitive Biases in Intelligence Analysis

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Source: The New Yorker

Date: June 12, 2012

"A new study in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology led by Richard West at James Madison University and Keith Stanovich at the University of Toronto suggests that, in many instances, smarter people are more vulnerable to these thinking errors. Although we assume that intelligence is a buffer against bias—that’s why those with higher S.A.T. scores think they are less prone to these universal thinking mistakes—it can actually be a subtle curse".

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Source: TED (Technology, Entertrainment and Design)

Date: May 2012