Confirmation bias in the form of “information avoidance”

This article from the Wall Street Journal provides an interesting follow-up to yesterday’s behavioral finance discussion. “Information avoidance” represents a particularly strong (and potentially deadly) form of confirmation bias!

Getting past information avoidance to deal with health issues, financial difficulties and other worries.
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