Why incompetent people think they're amazing – David Dunning

Why incompetent people think they're amazing – David Dunning

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How good are you with money? What about reading people’s emotions? How healthy are you, compared to other people you know? Knowing how our skills stack up against others is useful in many ways. But psychological research suggests that we’re not very good at evaluating ourselves accurately. In fact, we frequently overestimate our own abilities. David Dunning describes the Dunning-Kruger effect.

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    "This only applies to other people"
    – me, probably.

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    Or it is just for United States of America dwellers. Most of Asians I know in my life underestimate themselves.

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    Prime examples are in the X-Factor auditions.

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    been watching info about yanderedev and this vid pops up… i've never seen better timing

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    The debate analogy and study is interesting to me as my Professor had many students over the years that won as much as I did, but were very bad at "assessing" whether they had won the round. I was apparently extremely good at that assessment. But as in life, if you know you're getting screwed, what are you able to do about it??? That's the flip side.

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    Am I the only one seeing Trump in this one

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    Lol we all knew who we were thinking of when we clicked on the video.

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    And I was over here thinking I underestimate my abilities. Drowning in self deprecation. ¯_(ツ)_/¯

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    How can I be intelligence if my idea temptates me by daydreaming

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    the entire time that animated ballon was inflating i was wincing because i was waiting for it to pop

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    youtube has this specific algorithm to attack someone with low self worth .

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    0:50 Isn't the singular "phenomenon"?

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    As one who functions at or near genius level in most if not all aspects of life, I approve this video😇

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    I believe the correct name for this phenomenon is the Donald Trump syndrome

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    ignorance of ignorance

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    when i’m literally that person who is insecure about everything and just does my best to an extent-

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    People who disliked this video are bummed cause they got reality-checked

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    I came here to understand Trump.

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    Why? Cause nobody challenges them or tells you schmucks the truth about yourselves.

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    Thanks, Ted-Ed! Now it might be possible to try to understand Donald Trump.

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    They do say ignorance is bliss 😂

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    AMERICANS explained! …. I do envy the American ability to have no idea what they’re talking about, but with 100% confidence.

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    So this is what my President has:(

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    I watched this better than most.

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    This video didn't really stick to the title and the basic premise of the Dunning-Kruger effect. Objectively intelligent and capable people tend to underestimate their abilities. The less intelligent and capable a person is, the more they overestimate their abilities. The video erred on the side of making it sound like EVERYONE overestimates their abilities which is far from the truth. Unintelligent people tend to oversimplify everything which is not the truth of this complex world. This oversimplification gives them the illusion that they understand things that they actually have a poor grasp of. A healthy measure of doubt is a sign of intelligence because it is through questioning that we actually learn, evolve, and create.

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    Jooo, to by mě taky zajímalo, možná by mi o tom někdo z Vas mohl někdy povypravet. To Vy jste přeci Ti, kteří věří tomu, že to co děláte lidem pomáhá.

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    I found this very informative and rather interesting, great work 👍

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    So you mean that I might be better than I actually am?
    I doubt it.

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    Somebody should send this to amberlynn…

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    Proof: Donald tRump

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    Should have done a joint talk with Kruger

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    I played a lot of competitive games. I think that main diffrence between players, who become stronger over time, climb higher in rank system, and players who is stamps, is that stamping players always play perfect (in their opinion) and loose only because theit team was bad, but players who tends to become stronger, looking for their own mistakes, even after they win.

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    So be humble. Gotcha.

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    President Illusory Superiority

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    this needs to be the into to every online multiplayer game

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    Good thing I have self-esteem issues ùwú

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    Is this somehow related to Impostor Syndrome?

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    I've worked tech support for many years; can confirm

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    2 yrs later recommended n I m searching for comments mentioning the orange man

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    What's the opposite called?

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    That’s great and all. But more times than not, those who toot their horn the loudest seem to get the promotion. Even though they repeatedly show how incompetent they are.

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    This felt like a personal attack

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    I feel like everyone in America needs to watch this video.

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