- Jul 2020
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- Oxford study
- behavioral research
- threat perception
- public confusion
- literature review
- political polarisation
- public messaging
- Jun 2020
Moore, D. A., & Healy, P. J. (2008). The trouble with overconfidence. Psychological Review, 115(2), 502–517. https://doi.org/10.1037/0033-295X.115.2.502
- May 2015
The four Colts balls tested each measured w ithin the 12.5 to 13.5 psi range permitted under the Playing Rules on at least one of th e gauges used for the tests .
Why test only four and use only one needle? Time?
During the first half of the game, a question was raised by the Colts con cerning the inflat ion level of the footballs being used by the Patriots.
This has proven to be inaccurate. The Colts informed the NFL prior to the game. http://www.businessinsider.com/new-england-patriots-deflategate-balls-indianapolis-colts-2015-5
Further, the Colts players have denied they raised concerns. http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/12213533/dqwell-jackson-indianapolis-colts-says-one-noticed-ball-was-inflated
Who then raised the issue during the first half of the game?
Also, Goodell has claimed he was "personally" unaware of the Colts complaint before the game.
- Sep 2013
If all who are engaged in the profession of education were willing to state the facts instead of making greater promises than they can possibly fulfill, they would not be in such bad repute with the lay-public.
Interesting statement in view of Isocrates' later defense in Antidosis. There, he states that he is in poor repute with the lay-public due to calumny.