miscalibration

miscalibration

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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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Conversely, due to miscalibration or misapplication of patent doctrines,
(12) The issue is not a miscalibration; (13) rather, it is that criminal law is doing ill by marginalizing populations and exacerbating troubling power dynamics and distributional inequities.
Managerial miscalibration. Quarterly Journal of Economics, 128(4), 1547-1584.
Koriat, Lichtenstein, and Fischhoff (1980) carried out two experiments to mitigate overconfidence caused by miscalibration. Subjects were divided into control instructions and reasons instructions.
This pulse type has advantages in terms of tolerance B0 inhomogeneity, and it is less sensitive to B1 miscalibration. In addition, adiabatic inversion helps us to create a sharp slice profile and hence allows better determination and a clear arterial bolus width [24].
Sorum, "Pain rating by patients and physicians: evidence of systematic pain miscalibration," Pain, vol.
Any misalignment, miscalibration, tripping off-line, or any condition which can be corrected by resetting, tightening, adjusting, cleaning, or the performance of maintenance.
decisionmaking in unfamiliar areas of law; miscalibration, as
Harvey, "Managerial Miscalibration," NBER Working Paper No.
Percentile ranking adjusts for model miscalibration because some spillovers may not have been observed and because of the overrepresentation of spillover events in base logistic regression models.
Haacke, "Accurate determination of spin-density and T1 in the presence of RF-field in homogeneities and flip-angle miscalibration," Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, vol.