Understanding overconfidence: Theories of intelligence, preferential attention, and distorted self-assessment, JESP, 2016

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  1. Ainsley L. Mitchum

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Description: Materials and data reported in Ehrlinger, J., Mitchum, A. L., & Dweck, C. S. (in press). Understanding overconfidence: Theories of intelligence, preferential attention, and distorted self-assessment. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.

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TITLE: Understanding overconfidence: Theories of intelligence, preferential attention, and distorted self-assessment AUTHORS: Joyce Ehrlinger, Ainsley L. Mitchum, & Carol S. Dweck ABSTRACT: Knowing what we don’t yet know is critical for learning. Nonetheless, people typically overestimate their prowess—but is this true of everyone? Three studies examined who shows overconfidence and why. Study 1...

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