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Understanding the Hypercorrection Effect: Why High-Confidence Errors are More Likely to be Corrected

@inproceedings{Fazio2010UnderstandingTH,
  title={Understanding the Hypercorrection Effect: Why High-Confidence Errors are More Likely to be Corrected},
  author={Lisa K. Fazio},
  year={2010}
}
Understanding the Hypercorrection Effect: Why High-Confidence Errors are More Likely to be Corrected by Lisa K. Fazio Department of Psychology and Neuroscience Duke University Date:_______________________ Approved: ___________________________ Elizabeth Marsh, Supervisor ___________________________ David Rubin ___________________________ Ian Dobbins ___________________________ Gavan Fitzsimons An abstract of a dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of… Expand

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