miscalibration

miscalibration

EBM
A bias in risk assessment in which patients are overly confident in the extent and accuracy of their knowledge about their condition, both overestimating the benefits of treatment and underestimating the potential adverse outcomes.
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I don't think United States or the EU are being constructed in the process and as a result there is a constant miscalibration of expectations on both sides of the Atlantic.
Even more distressing: The miscalibration of money and credit to the productive needs of the organic economy suggests that a bubble may yet plunge the world into another global financial crisis.
Harvey, 2013, "Managerial Miscalibration," Quarterly Journal of Economics, forthcoming.
To minimize device data loss resulting from malfunction or miscalibration, the WrisTAS[TM] was replaced with a second device for week 2.
response are worrying in light of the apparent miscalibration of public
For example, miscalibration causes systematic measurement errors that lead to analytic bias.
The track analysis for one of the original 67 participants was not valid due to miscalibration of the GPS.
If all periods are considered, miscalibration is no longer significant since subjective beliefs are revised throughout the game.
Skilled or unskilled, but still unaware of it: How perceptions of difficulty drive miscalibration in relative comparisons.
Measurement bias results when measured values are consistently either higher or lower than the true value of the process variable and is often attributed to improper installation and/or miscalibration of the measuring device.
Forecasts possess positive skill when resolution reward exceeds the miscalibration penalty.
The large literature on probability miscalibration of subjective prior estimates casts doubt on their use in Bayesian estimation.