Hindsight Bias

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Studied in behavioural economics, hindsight bias, also known as a knew-it-all-along phenomenon or creeping determinism, is a psychological phenomenon in which individuals show a tendency of perceiving incidents that have already taken place as having been more predictable than they were before the incident happened.

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