Motivated Reasoning

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brookv1.4.0Aug 15th 2020 (+16/-1)

Motivated Reasoning is the tendency to interpret evidence for the hypothesis that you would prefer was true more favorably than evidence for alternate hypotheses.

See also: Confirmation Bias, Rationalization., Self-deception

Multicorev1.3.0Aug 4th 2020 (+17)

Motivated Reasoning is the tendency to interpret evidence for the hypothesis that you would prefer was true more favorably than evidence for alternate hypotheses.

See also: Confirmation Bias, Rationalization.

Multicorev1.2.0Aug 4th 2020 (+154/-45)

Motivated Reasoning. This tag/wiki needs work. is the tendency to interpret evidence for the hypothesis that you would prefer was true more favorably than evidence for alternate hypotheses.

See Motivations, also: Confirmation Bias.Bias.

habrykav1.1.0Jul 8th 2020 (+21) Added tag title to first paragraph.

Motivated Reasoning. This tag/wiki needs work. See Motivations, Confirmation Bias.

Rubyv1.0.0Apr 24th 2020 (+57/-365)

An academic/technical term for various mental processes that lead to desired conclusions regardless of the veracity of those conclusions.

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This tag/wiki needs work. See also

Motivations, Confirmation Bias.

Grognorv0.0.4Mar 11th 2012 (+9)

An academic/technical term for various mental processes that lead to desired conclusions regardless of the veracity of those conclusions.

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Grognorv0.0.2Mar 10th 2012 (+219/-34)

An academic/technical term for describing various mental processes that move inlead to desired conclusions regardless of the directionveracity of desiredthose conclusions.

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Vladimir_Nesovv0.0.1Aug 6th 2009 (+39/-16) reformatted, added a link

An academic/technical term for describing various mental processes that move in the direction of desired conclusions.

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