Projection bias

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Projection bias is a feature in human thinking in which one thinks that others have the same priority, attitude or belief that one harbours even if that is unlikely.[citation needed]

The concept of projection bias is different from that of psychological projection in which one thinks that others have a mental state one is unaware of having oneself.

A common example of projection bias is predicting that one's own views will stay the same over time, but that has been shown to be statistically unlikely.[1]

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