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In his bestselling book Blink, Malcolm Gladwell describes the power of rapid, instinctive thinking. He explains how medical doctors, counterintuitively, can make improved diagnoses with less information and analysis.
I left the apartment at my usual time and pulled out of the parking lot onto the street. I turned and headed down Cortez to the stop sign at Monte Vista and then hung a left.
Use the following steps to challenge thinking using the Ladder of Inference: Stop! It's time to consider your reasoning. Identify where on the ladder you are.
Defensiveness rises from assumptions about the unknown that are believed to be true. Before jumping to conclusions, ask questions to clarify where others' actions, inactions, or inquiries are ...
The Diocese of Covington had put out two previous statements which appeared to pile-on to the media’s narrative about racist teens confronting the Native-man, Phillips, who claimed he was a Vietnam war veteran.
Going further: In this video by Trevor Maber, he explains the Ladder of Inference in more detail and shows what jumping to conclusions looks like in a real-world situation.
Verb. The circus lion jumped through the hoop. The fans were jumping up and down with excitement. Everyone was jumping for joy when we found out that we had won an award. The cat jumped down off the table. The runner jumped a hurdle. The car jumped the curb. Everyone jumped into the pool. He jumped into his truck and drove away. She jumped when she heard a loud knock late at night.
Hasty generalization is an informal fallacy of faulty generalization by reaching an inductive generalization based on insufficient evidence—essentially making a rushed conclusion without considering all of the variables. In statistics, it may involve basing broad conclusions regarding the statistics of a survey from a small sample group that fails to sufficiently represent an entire population.
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