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Took pot brownies to work today. HR loved it.
46713
Swedish newspaper says Avicii is dead.
6771
Apple CarPlay volume control UI
53909
Swedish DJ Avicii Dead at 28
12636
This bathroom's mirrors are sunglasses
52612
Getting fitted for a uniform
8569
Avicii has died - link in swedish
7038
Avicii är död
24336
The polished foil ball worth making...
9585
introducing pup-cam™?
65847
God of War's director, Cory Barlog, reacting to the high review scores for the game
10126
Clear ball is the Sun. Blue balls are Earth
27074
I figured this sub would appreciate my grad cap from last year!
16836
My Father's Kindergarten School Picture (1975)
8277
Mrw my favorite porn star retires after years of service
20892
Democratic Party files suit alleging Russia, the Trump campaign, and WikiLeaks conspired to disrupt the 2016 election
55091
9-week old Maine Coon kittens, waiting for their vet check
7562
WWI flying aces take to the skies.
21415
In case of technical difficulties, please pull the tongue out multiples times until the system reboot
30320
Concerned mom watching her puppies.
18729
Watching her puppies.
21416
It feels nice to give back
25671
It's not a story the Jedi would tell
43889
Doctor appointment at 8:20, currently 10:00, still no sign of even a nurse.
4406
Modified Boeing 747 Carrying the Space Shuttle Endeavour over Los Angeles
9356
Doggo has wares if you have coin
9541
420, the day where people who smoke everyday smoke
7665
Barbarity vs Civilisation, by René Georges Hermann-Paul, 1899
48836
TIL that in 1973 the Who’s drummer Keith Moon passed out mid-show. The band continued without him for several songs before Townshend asked, "Can anyone play the drums? – I mean somebody good?" 19 year old Scot Halpin, who had bought scalped tickets came up and played the rest of the show.
21642
The Legend of Old Gregg
9167
Run in a glass maze. WCGW?
5832
Where do hobbits come from?
11409
Tiny Shiba Inu puppy tippytaps
33931
Thats what i came for.
11338
Nukes have been launched
18993
"I need the worst possible style for my head shape." "I got you fam."
3201
Can i kiss ur hole body
14423
Kitty masseuse
10319
Starting 4/20 right with this massive joint I rolled
11913
Dwight's Drug Investigation - The Office US
1 rseasmith Welcome to /r/science! You may see more removed comments in this thread than you are used to seeing elsewhere on reddit. On /r/science we have strict comment rules designed to keep the discussion on topic and about the posted study and related research. This means that comments that attempt to confirm/deny the research with personal anecdotes, jokes, memes, or other off-topic or low-effort comments are likely to be removed. Because it can be frustrating to type out a comment only to have it removed or to come to a thread looking for discussion and see lots of removed comments, please take time to review our [comment rules](https://www.reddit.com/r/science/wiki/rules#wiki_comment_rules) before posting. If you're looking for a place to have a more relaxed discussion of science-related breakthroughs and news, check out our sister subreddit /r/EverythingScience. Below is the abstract from the paper published in the journal *Political Psychology* to help foster discussion. The paper can be seen here: [Partisanship, Political Knowledge, and the Dunning‐Kruger Effect](https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/pops.12490) **Abstract** >A widely cited finding in social psychology holds that individuals with low levels of competence will judge themselves to be higher achieving than they really are. In the present study, I examine how the so‐called “Dunning‐Kruger effect” conditions citizens' perceptions of political knowledgeability. While low performers on a political knowledge task are expected to engage in overconfident self‐placement and self‐assessment when reflecting on their performance, I also expect the increased salience of partisan identities to exacerbate this phenomenon due to the effects of directional motivated reasoning. Survey experimental results confirm the Dunning‐Kruger effect in the realm of political knowledge. They also show that individuals with moderately low political expertise rate themselves as increasingly politically knowledgeable when partisan identities are made salient. This below‐average group is also likely to rely on partisan source cues to evaluate the political knowledge of peers. In a concluding section, I comment on the meaning of these findings for contemporary debates about rational ignorance, motivated reasoning, and political polarization.
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2163 SvenTropics Generally, this applies to everything. The more you think you know about a subject, the more you realize you don't know, and then the less you claim you know. The exception would be things that are fashionable to be ignorant of for one reason or another.
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2084 satanicpuppy [Dunning–Kruger](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dunning%E2%80%93Kruger_effect) is truly everywhere. I can't believe that won an Ig Nobel...Seems like an actual meaningful insight into cognitive bias.
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