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Expert Thinking – Bias Quiz

21st October 2020

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Expert Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. OVER-CONFIDENCE TRAP: Confusing confidence and seniority with expertise, rather than taking notice of the relevancy of the experience that informs those views. Assuming that the more confident or senior you or someone else is, the more likely you or they are to be correct.
  2. EXPERT-NOVICE GAP: Understanding something so automatically and implicitly that it’s hard to explain onto others. It can also lead to an assumption that because something is obvious to you it should also be obvious to other people.
  3. FALSE ASSUMPTION: Immediate gut response which are based on assumption or stereotypes rather than based on relevant experience or reality.
  4. TUNNEL VISION: Having a narrowed and blinkered focus which means you only see what you expect to see and fail to spot when new information appears that should challenge your existing views.

4th November 2019

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Expert Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. OVER-CONFIDENCE TRAP: Confusing confidence and seniority with expertise, rather than taking notice of the relevancy of the experience that informs those views. Assuming that the more confident or senior you or someone else is, the more likely you or they are to be correct.
  2. EXPERT-NOVICE GAP: Understanding something so automatically and implicitly that it’s hard to explain onto others. It can also lead to an assumption that because something is obvious to you it should also be obvious to other people.
  3. TUNNEL VISION: Having a narrowed and blinkered focus which means you only see what you expect to see and fail to spot when new information appears that should challenge your existing views.
  4. FALSE ASSUMPTION: Immediate gut response which are based on assumption or stereotypes rather than based on relevant experience or reality.

2nd September 2019

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Expert Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. OVER-CONFIDENCE TRAP: Confusing confidence and seniority with expertise, rather than taking notice of the relevancy of the experience that informs those views. Assuming that the more confident or senior you or someone else is, the more likely you or they are to be correct.
  2. EXPERT-NOVICE GAP: Understanding something so automatically and implicitly that it’s hard to explain onto others. It can also lead to an assumption that because something is obvious to you it should also be obvious to other people.
  3. FALSE ASSUMPTION: Immediate gut response which are based on assumption or stereotypes rather than based on relevant experience or reality.
  4. TUNNEL VISION: Having a narrowed and blinkered focus which means you only see what you expect to see and fail to spot when new information appears that should challenge your existing views.

4th March 2019

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Expert Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. OVER-CONFIDENCE TRAP: Confusing confidence and seniority with expertise, rather than taking notice of the relevancy of the experience that informs those views. Assuming that the more confident or senior you or someone else is, the more likely you or they are to be correct.
  2. EXPERT-NOVICE GAP: Understanding something so automatically and implicitly that it’s hard to explain onto others. It can also lead to an assumption that because something is obvious to you it should also be obvious to other people.
  3. TUNNEL VISION: Having a narrowed and blinkered focus which means you only see what you expect to see and fail to spot when new information appears that should challenge your existing views.
  4. FALSE ASSUMPTION: Immediate gut response which are based on assumption or stereotypes rather than based on relevant experience or reality.

1st March 2019

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Expert Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. OVER-CONFIDENCE TRAP: Confusing confidence and seniority with expertise, rather than taking notice of the relevancy of the experience that informs those views. Assuming that the more confident or senior you or someone else is, the more likely you or they are to be correct.
  2. EXPERT-NOVICE GAP: Understanding something so automatically and implicitly that it’s hard to explain onto others. It can also lead to an assumption that because something is obvious to you it should also be obvious to other people.
  3. TUNNEL VISION: Having a narrowed and blinkered focus which means you only see what you expect to see and fail to spot when new information appears that should challenge your existing views.
  4. FALSE ASSUMPTION: Immediate gut response which are based on assumption or stereotypes rather than based on relevant experience or reality.

20th December 2018

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Expert Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. FALSE ASSUMPTION: Immediate gut response which are based on assumption or stereotypes rather than based on relevant experience or reality.
  2. TUNNEL VISION: Having a narrowed and blinkered focus which means you only see what you expect to see and fail to spot when new information appears that should challenge your existing views.
  3. EXPERT-NOVICE GAP: Understanding something so automatically and implicitly that it’s hard to explain onto others. It can also lead to an assumption that because something is obvious to you it should also be obvious to other people.
  4. OVER-CONFIDENCE TRAP: Confusing confidence and seniority with expertise, rather than taking notice of the relevancy of the experience that informs those views. Assuming that the more confident or senior you or someone else is, the more likely you or they are to be correct.

18th December 2018

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Expert Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. OVER-CONFIDENCE TRAP: Confusing confidence and seniority with expertise, rather than taking notice of the relevancy of the experience that informs those views. Assuming that the more confident or senior you or someone else is, the more likely you or they are to be correct.
  2. EXPERT-NOVICE GAP: Understanding something so automatically and implicitly that it’s hard to explain onto others. It can also lead to an assumption that because something is obvious to you it should also be obvious to other people.
  3. TUNNEL VISION: Having a narrowed and blinkered focus which means you only see what you expect to see and fail to spot when new information appears that should challenge your existing views.
  4. FALSE ASSUMPTION: Immediate gut response which are based on assumption or stereotypes rather than based on relevant experience or reality.

17th December 2018

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Expert Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. TUNNEL VISION: Having a narrowed and blinkered focus which means you only see what you expect to see and fail to spot when new information appears that should challenge your existing views.
  2. OVER-CONFIDENCE TRAP: Confusing confidence and seniority with expertise, rather than taking notice of the relevancy of the experience that informs those views. Assuming that the more confident or senior you or someone else is, the more likely you or they are to be correct.
  3. FALSE ASSUMPTION: Immediate gut response which are based on assumption or stereotypes rather than based on relevant experience or reality.
  4. EXPERT-NOVICE GAP: Understanding something so automatically and implicitly that it’s hard to explain onto others. It can also lead to an assumption that because something is obvious to you it should also be obvious to other people.

11th December 2018

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Expert Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. TUNNEL VISION: Having a narrowed and blinkered focus which means you only see what you expect to see and fail to spot when new information appears that should challenge your existing views.
  2. OVER-CONFIDENCE TRAP: Confusing confidence and seniority with expertise, rather than taking notice of the relevancy of the experience that informs those views. Assuming that the more confident or senior you or someone else is, the more likely you or they are to be correct.
  3. EXPERT-NOVICE GAP: Understanding something so automatically and implicitly that it’s hard to explain onto others. It can also lead to an assumption that because something is obvious to you it should also be obvious to other people.
  4. FALSE ASSUMPTION: Immediate gut response which are based on assumption or stereotypes rather than based on relevant experience or reality.

11th December 2018

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Expert Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. OVER-CONFIDENCE TRAP: Confusing confidence and seniority with expertise, rather than taking notice of the relevancy of the experience that informs those views. Assuming that the more confident or senior you or someone else is, the more likely you or they are to be correct.
  2. EXPERT-NOVICE GAP: Understanding something so automatically and implicitly that it’s hard to explain onto others. It can also lead to an assumption that because something is obvious to you it should also be obvious to other people.
  3. TUNNEL VISION: Having a narrowed and blinkered focus which means you only see what you expect to see and fail to spot when new information appears that should challenge your existing views.
  4. FALSE ASSUMPTION: Immediate gut response which are based on assumption or stereotypes rather than based on relevant experience or reality.

23rd November 2018

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Expert Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. OVER-CONFIDENCE TRAP: Confusing confidence and seniority with expertise, rather than taking notice of the relevancy of the experience that informs those views. Assuming that the more confident or senior you or someone else is, the more likely you or they are to be correct.
  2. EXPERT-NOVICE GAP: Understanding something so automatically and implicitly that it’s hard to explain onto others. It can also lead to an assumption that because something is obvious to you it should also be obvious to other people.
  3. TUNNEL VISION: Having a narrowed and blinkered focus which means you only see what you expect to see and fail to spot when new information appears that should challenge your existing views.
  4. FALSE ASSUMPTION: Immediate gut response which are based on assumption or stereotypes rather than based on relevant experience or reality.

22nd November 2018

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Expert Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. OVER-CONFIDENCE TRAP: Confusing confidence and seniority with expertise, rather than taking notice of the relevancy of the experience that informs those views. Assuming that the more confident or senior you or someone else is, the more likely you or they are to be correct.
  2. TUNNEL VISION: Having a narrowed and blinkered focus which means you only see what you expect to see and fail to spot when new information appears that should challenge your existing views.
  3. FALSE ASSUMPTION: Immediate gut response which are based on assumption or stereotypes rather than based on relevant experience or reality.
  4. EXPERT-NOVICE GAP: Understanding something so automatically and implicitly that it’s hard to explain onto others. It can also lead to an assumption that because something is obvious to you it should also be obvious to other people.

21st November 2018

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Expert Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. OVER-CONFIDENCE TRAP: Confusing confidence and seniority with expertise, rather than taking notice of the relevancy of the experience that informs those views. Assuming that the more confident or senior you or someone else is, the more likely you or they are to be correct.
  2. EXPERT-NOVICE GAP: Understanding something so automatically and implicitly that it’s hard to explain onto others. It can also lead to an assumption that because something is obvious to you it should also be obvious to other people.
  3. TUNNEL VISION: Having a narrowed and blinkered focus which means you only see what you expect to see and fail to spot when new information appears that should challenge your existing views.
  4. FALSE ASSUMPTION: Immediate gut response which are based on assumption or stereotypes rather than based on relevant experience or reality.

21st November 2018

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Expert Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. EXPERT-NOVICE GAP: Understanding something so automatically and implicitly that it’s hard to explain onto others. It can also lead to an assumption that because something is obvious to you it should also be obvious to other people.
  2. OVER-CONFIDENCE TRAP: Confusing confidence and seniority with expertise, rather than taking notice of the relevancy of the experience that informs those views. Assuming that the more confident or senior you or someone else is, the more likely you or they are to be correct.
  3. TUNNEL VISION: Having a narrowed and blinkered focus which means you only see what you expect to see and fail to spot when new information appears that should challenge your existing views.
  4. FALSE ASSUMPTION: Immediate gut response which are based on assumption or stereotypes rather than based on relevant experience or reality.

21st November 2018

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Expert Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. OVER-CONFIDENCE TRAP: Confusing confidence and seniority with expertise, rather than taking notice of the relevancy of the experience that informs those views. Assuming that the more confident or senior you or someone else is, the more likely you or they are to be correct.
  2. EXPERT-NOVICE GAP: Understanding something so automatically and implicitly that it’s hard to explain onto others. It can also lead to an assumption that because something is obvious to you it should also be obvious to other people.
  3. TUNNEL VISION: Having a narrowed and blinkered focus which means you only see what you expect to see and fail to spot when new information appears that should challenge your existing views.
  4. FALSE ASSUMPTION: Immediate gut response which are based on assumption or stereotypes rather than based on relevant experience or reality.

21st November 2018

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Expert Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. FALSE ASSUMPTION: Immediate gut response which are based on assumption or stereotypes rather than based on relevant experience or reality.
  2. EXPERT-NOVICE GAP: Understanding something so automatically and implicitly that it’s hard to explain onto others. It can also lead to an assumption that because something is obvious to you it should also be obvious to other people.
  3. OVER-CONFIDENCE TRAP: Confusing confidence and seniority with expertise, rather than taking notice of the relevancy of the experience that informs those views. Assuming that the more confident or senior you or someone else is, the more likely you or they are to be correct.
  4. TUNNEL VISION: Having a narrowed and blinkered focus which means you only see what you expect to see and fail to spot when new information appears that should challenge your existing views.

20th November 2018

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Expert Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. OVER-CONFIDENCE TRAP: Confusing confidence and seniority with expertise, rather than taking notice of the relevancy of the experience that informs those views. Assuming that the more confident or senior you or someone else is, the more likely you or they are to be correct.
  2. EXPERT-NOVICE GAP: Understanding something so automatically and implicitly that it’s hard to explain onto others. It can also lead to an assumption that because something is obvious to you it should also be obvious to other people.
  3. TUNNEL VISION: Having a narrowed and blinkered focus which means you only see what you expect to see and fail to spot when new information appears that should challenge your existing views.
  4. FALSE ASSUMPTION: Immediate gut response which are based on assumption or stereotypes rather than based on relevant experience or reality.

20th November 2018

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Expert Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. TUNNEL VISION: Having a narrowed and blinkered focus which means you only see what you expect to see and fail to spot when new information appears that should challenge your existing views.
  2. FALSE ASSUMPTION: Immediate gut response which are based on assumption or stereotypes rather than based on relevant experience or reality.
  3. OVER-CONFIDENCE TRAP: Confusing confidence and seniority with expertise, rather than taking notice of the relevancy of the experience that informs those views. Assuming that the more confident or senior you or someone else is, the more likely you or they are to be correct.
  4. EXPERT-NOVICE GAP: Understanding something so automatically and implicitly that it’s hard to explain onto others. It can also lead to an assumption that because something is obvious to you it should also be obvious to other people.

9th November 2018

Which of the biases or pitfalls associated with Expert Thinking do you think you are most prone to?
  1. OVER-CONFIDENCE TRAP: Confusing confidence and seniority with expertise, rather than taking notice of the relevancy of the experience that informs those views. Assuming that the more confident or senior you or someone else is, the more likely you or they are to be correct.
  2. EXPERT-NOVICE GAP: Understanding something so automatically and implicitly that it’s hard to explain onto others. It can also lead to an assumption that because something is obvious to you it should also be obvious to other people.
  3. TUNNEL VISION: Having a narrowed and blinkered focus which means you only see what you expect to see and fail to spot when new information appears that should challenge your existing views.
  4. FALSE ASSUMPTION: Immediate gut response which are based on assumption or stereotypes rather than based on relevant experience or reality.