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What annoys you about the current state of politics in the country? Who else knows what you think? A new study has looked at the impact that sharing political affiliations, views and thoughts has on other peoples perceptions of expertise was published recently that you might want to know about. We are largely social decision-makers, in […]Read more
The expertise reversal effect refers to how novices and experts learn. When novices are learning they don’t have a mental framework or schema about the subject. In other words they don’t understand how everything fits together and relates to each other, or how to critically think about the topic. Experts on the other hand do. […]Read more
There is a central paradox at the heart of expertise: experts consistently perform better than novices, whilst at the same time they engage in less thinking and energy than novices. A core question that has intrigued psychologists for years is how can less thinking and cognitive processing produce better performance? The standard understanding about this […]Read more