Translation of confirmation bias in Spanish:

confirmation bias

sesgo de confirmación, n.

noun

  • 1

    sesgo de confirmación masculine
    • The last thing we need to do is reinforce confirmation bias.
    • The command structure appears to have become a machine generating confirmation bias.
    • Conspiracy theorists, especially, display the confirmation bias.
    • There's probably a strong confirmation bias going on with your words.
    • Experimenters might avoid or reduce confirmation bias by collaborating in experimental design with colleagues who hold contrary hypotheses.
    • Confirmation bias kicks in for the most part in a wholly subconscious manner.
    • Brooks is right - these explanations betray a rather ugly confirmation bias.
    • Consider how this rule, in combination with the first, might change your conclusions, or at least challenge your confirmation bias.
    • I believe this is what psychologists call "confirmation bias".
    • There's a considerable danger of confirmation bias in this sort of thing.
    • Researchers are sometimes guilty of confirmation bias by setting up experiments or framing their data in ways that will tend to confirm their hypotheses.
    • Perhaps most significant about the confirmation bias is that the doctrinal military decision-making process (MDMP) lends itself to its occurrence.
    • I think the answer amounts to confirmation bias.
    • Confirmation bias means we seek out information that fits with our worldview.
    • It appears now that some of the most eminent names in nutritional science practiced "confirmation bias".
    • Relying on personal experience ignores the possibility of self-deception and confirmation bias.
    • Fear and the human tendency to confirmation bias and selective thinking can sometimes lead the believer to fulfill the curse.
    • Psychologists call this "confirmation bias," the often unconscious need to find data that confirms what we already believe.
    • Projective personality testing is an example of confirmation bias.