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Unskilled people often overrate themselves, say psychology prize winners

Unskilled people often overrate themselves, say psychology prize winners

LOUISVILLE, Ky —Are you as good at doing things as you think you are? Maybe not, according to David Dunning and Justin Kruger, two social psychologists who today were named cowinners of the 2023 University of Louisville Grawemeyer Award in Psychology for identifying a cognitive bias that causes people to overrate their own competence.

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Dr. Hilaria Cruz’s Featured for Work on Chatino  Orthography in Duolingo

Dr. Hilaria Cruz’s Featured for Work on Chatino Orthography in Duolingo

Maria Cruz, assistant professor of comparative humanities in the College of Arts and Sciences featured for her work in Duolingo

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Digital technology is aiding political repression, warns world order prize winner

Digital technology is aiding political repression, warns world order prize winner

Digital technology is playing a growing role in advancing political repression across the globe, a trend that poses a threat to the world’s democracies, says a scholar who on Dec. 6 was named winner of the 2023 University of Louisville Grawemeyer Award for Ideas Improving World Order.

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