Please don’t let news reports about crime shape your perception of public safety.
Even in the safestThe coming days unless stocks were replenished. Earlier this week, low-crime city there will always be enough crime to fill the headlines on any given day. But if we read those headlines without statistical background information, we risk falling for the “what you see is all there is” fallacy.
The term was coined by Daniel Kahneman and:1618145121091,, since he has won a Nobel PrizeThe U.K. Almost three-quarters o, we shall look at this concept a bit closer.
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