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I Know A Little Bit About Everything And A Whole Lot About Nothing
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I know a lot about very few topics, and I know a little about lots of topics. The topics that I know a lot about—mostly related to the study of Computer Science and computer programming—I've learned through years of academic studies, work experience, hobby projects, book reading, and intellectually stimulating and fun discussions with people who are experts in the field. The topics that I know very little about—e. I've learned that it's fairly easy to appear knowledgeable by knowing a little about lots of topics, but to actually be knowledgeable, one must, well, know a lot about something duh. So why is it easier to appear knowledgeable by sharing superficial sound bites and buzzwords that you read online rather than by discussing select topics in-depth? Two reasons: First, most people with whom you casually interact don't know much about your area of expertise, so they have neither the ability to comprehend nor the interest in learning about topics that you know in-depth. There is a far greater chance that your audience e.
I eat a little bit of everything and not a lot of anything. Everything in moderation. I know that's really hard for people to understand, but I grew up in an Italian family where we didn't overdo anything. We ate pasta, yes, but not a lot of it. Giada De Laurentiis. Sign Up.
People who know less about politics are more confident about their political knowledge, according to research published in the scientific journal Political Psychology. The new study found that this effect was exacerbated when partisan identities were activated. At that point I began to devise a method to apply the theory to the subject of political knowledgeability, while also confronting the paradigm of partisan motivated reasoning. The latter theory constitutes a central topic in my earlier research, and I was especially interested in whether the partisan mind is susceptible to overconfident self-appraisals of political knowledge. He evaluated the knowledge of the participants by quizzing them regarding the number of years served by a senator, the name of the current Secretary of Energy, the party with more conservative positions regarding health care, the political party currently in control of the House of Representatives, and which of four programs the U. Most of the participants performed poorly on the political quiz — and those who performed worse were more likely to overestimate their performance. Re-reading the literature on the subject made me acutely aware of my own lack of knowledge of the subject, such that I started to seriously second-guess my confidence!