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Kathryn Schulz identifies as a “wrongologist” – a person who studies why sometimes we’re wrong against all logic and rational reasoning and evidence to the contrary staring us in the eye, how we behave when we’re wrong and the insights these observations give us about human nature (Kathryn Schulz: On Being Wrong, 2011).

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