Typische Denkfehler II

Drei neue typische Denkfehler: Der Dunning-Kruger-Effekt, das Hochstapler-Syndrom und der Nirvana-Fehlschluss.

Quellen & Links:

Why The Least Competent People Often Think They’re The Best (PsychologyToday.com)

The Dunning-Kruger-Effect Shows Why Some People Think They’re Great Even When Their Work Is Terrible (Forbes.com)

The Reality of Imposter Syndrom (PsychologyToday.com)

The Imposter Phenomenon by Jaruwan Sakulka & James Alexander

How To Deal With Imposter Syndrom (Time.com)

Nirvana Fallacy (LogicallyFallacious.com)

Perfect Solution Fallacy (Yandoo.com)

NirvanaFallacy (Skepdic.com)