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Why do incompetent people think they're amazing?

Why do incompetent people think they're amazing?

(5:07) It's the Dunning-Kruger effect, first described by psychologists David Dunning and Justin Kruger in 1999.

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Guest: Fantoni (4 days ago)
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This explains the tone deaf wannabe singers on reality TV shows........ and America's President. None of them have any discernable talent or ability but fail to believe it.

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This explains the tone deaf wannabe singers on reality TV shows........ and America's President. None of them have any discernable talent or ability but fail to believe it.

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