Tweet: The hypercorrection effect

The hypercorrection effect :"Confidently held false memories will be corrected more often than other errors."— Kiran Johny (@johnywrites) August 14, 2018 Am updating this post with a newly added YouTube video which explains the concept very clearly .

Tweet: Hyper-correction of high-confidence errors.

The hypercorrection effect is the idea that high-confidence errors are more likely to be corrected after feedback than are low-confidence errors (Butterfield & Metcalfe, 2001) This idea seems to me as a very good reason why we need to design learning environment which encourages trying failing and correcting mistakes without any punishment associated with it.(Eg, … Continue reading Tweet: Hyper-correction of high-confidence errors.