Zero-Risk Bias

by csladmin


Related to our predisposition towards absolute certainty. When subjected to multiple risks, and we have the opportunity to reduce each category of risk, we are irrationally disposed to eliminate one category of risk, even if doing so increases overall risk or there are alternatives that will offer more significant risk reduction.


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