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The Irony of Pluralistic Ignorance: Why Smart People Do Dumb Things by@vinitabansal
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The Irony of Pluralistic Ignorance: Why Smart People Do Dumb Things

by Vinita Bansal6mJuly 29th, 2022
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Dan ArPluralistic ignorance is a psychological state in which we believe that our private thoughts, feelings, beliefs,. beliefs, attitudes, and judgments are different from those of others. When part of a group, we all seem to behave in the same way, he says. Aiely: We are deluded about other people’s real views and feel compelled to adhere to that delusion that adhere to. that. that view. He says the unspoken culture at your work may dictate a “no questions asked” attitude to work assigned by someone senior in the organization.

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