In psychology, the term negativity bias is used to explain how bad evokes a stronger reaction than good in the human mind. Don’t believe that theory? Compare receiving an insult with receiving a compliment – which one do you remember more often?
Now, this doesn’t mean the dark side of the Force is stronger, it simply means that we all have a natural tendency to focus more on the negative aspects, rather than on the positive aspects, of most situations, including data quality.
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