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Experts that are knowledgeable about certain subjects are twice as likely to have 'false memories' about their topic of specialisation, according to new research by scientists at UCD School of Psychology.
The research will be presented at the annual conference of the British Psychological Society’s Cognitive Psychology Section in Barcelona on September 1.
As the amount of information increases, the theoretical ability to get closer to the truth continues to increase. However, we become ever more dependent on narrow expertise and must take more and more on the faith that these experts and their interpretations are correct. This obviously doesn't sit well with many people.
The polymath has been dead for a long time, but at least in the recent past one had some hope of arriving at a truth of some sort. Now consensus is hard even in one's own mind. People have a hard time living in perpetual ambiguity and it becomes ever easier to selectively use the wealth of available information to arrive at a truth that suits the searcher.
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