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Confirmation bias, BellarmineStudios (1:34)

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Like it or not, we as human beings tend to think that our initial opinions are correct, and when presented with the facts, we pick out the ones that suit our presumptions best,” this quick video explains. It helps us understand the impact of our confirmation bias by comparing it to the “Texas Sharpshooter” fallacy, and offers a historical example of confirmation bias in action.

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