When and Why Narcissists Exhibit Greater Hindsight Bias and Less Perceived Learning

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Satoris Howes discusses the impact of narcissism, prediction accuracy, and counterfactual thinking on hindsight bias (the tendency to exaggerate in hindsight what one knew in foresight) and perceived learning. Image courtesy of Satoris Howes.

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