A recent piece by Tim Adams in The Guardian is a valuable read that looks at the Nobel Prize winning work of Kahneman and Tversky, that shows we are unknowingly under the influence of bias.
One of our psychological blind spots is the delusion that we don’t have any. So we confidently believe we know things we do not know. Which reminds me of advice the Social Psychologist Carol Tavris gave me: Hold your beliefs lightly. So if evidence comes along that shows you are wrong. you can change your mind without feeling like an idiot.
Read Tim Adams’ article, here: Changing your mind has never been easy. But we must start listening again