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The BBC Bias Protest that wasn't...

Okay, that’s not strictly true, a few stragglers, like myself did venture along to Pacific Quay to protest Auntie’s shocking reporting of anything SNP, Independence, Police Scotland, NHS and oil related. 479 more words


Psychological Bias and Abuse (1)

People only see what they’re prepared to see.

According to psychology theory, human perception are easily be distorted frequently.  Understanding what irrational thoughts running in our head, not only general people but especially for abused survivors can be helpful during healing journey.

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Presumption Bias

The bias of presuming something to be true with very little evidence or rationality. This bias may lead one to behave very irrational based on their presumptions. 183 more words


Goode v CRH: Judge must disclose full extent of any shares held in company in proceedings

“It is the responsibility of a judge to make the necessary inquiries into his holdings of shares in a company which is in litigation before him, and to inform the parties, so that an informed assessment may be made as to whether he or she should recuse himself or herself. 1,079 more words

Objective Bias

Myers & Briggs (MBTI Personality Test) valid or inaccurate?

My name is Kathleen Antonio, and I am an INTJ. That’s what I learned from a wildly popular personality test, which is taken by more than 2.5 million people a year, and used by 89 of the  755 more words