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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Any misalignment, miscalibration, tripping off-line, or any condition which can be corrected by resetting, tightening, adjusting, cleaning, or the performance of maintenance.
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Harvey, "Managerial Miscalibration," NBER Working Paper No.
Miscalibration is the variance between how accurate predictions are and how accurate a person making them thinks they are.
Of significance is the quantification of design resiliency to future climate, occupancy, equipment miscalibration, and market fluctuations.
Ecoiffier, and P Sorum, "Pain rating by patients and physicians: evidence of systematic pain miscalibration," Pain, vol.
The unreliability index (U), quality index (Q), maximal error, and mean squared error were used for measuring model miscalibration.
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.
Indeed, he said, there were huge implications for the miscalibration of even basic equipment such as weighing scales.
Harvey, 2013, "Managerial Miscalibration," Quarterly Journal of Economics, forthcoming.
Some of the most poignant examples of this miscalibration come from undergraduate college students, who generally greatly overestimate how well they will do on assessments such as tests.
To minimize device data loss resulting from malfunction or miscalibration, the WrisTAS[TM] was replaced with a second device for week 2.