Just Admit It

Researchers tend to own up to their mistakes when they occur and more people need to be like that, writes Clive Thompson at Wired.

"We need moral examples of people who can admit when they're wrong," Thompson says. He adds that, currently, people appear more likely to double down and refuse to admit when they are wrong.

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