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Merlin Mann | Aug 13 2008
Via The Guardian, via Chairman Gruber, comes this post from the new-to-me blog, Overcoming Bias. It discusses the research behind a common cognitive bias known as The Planning Fallacy, which is a repeatable, documented error in thinking that apparently explains why we all tend to "underestimate task-completion times."
Sounds familiar. From the Overcoming Bias post:
Cf: The Optimism Bias.read more »
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