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September 25, 1998

Selective Thinking

Selective Thinking
This entry on the Skeptic's Dictionary has been revised. "Selective thinking is the term used to describe the process whereby one selects out favorable evidence for remembrance and focus, while ignoring unfavorable evidence for a hypothesis."

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