From Andrew Taylor: The illu­sion of asym­metric insight makes it seem as though you know everyone else far better than they know you, and not only that, but you know them better than they know them­selves. You believe the same thing about groups of which you are a member. As a whole, your group under­stands outsiders better than outsiders under­stand your group, and you under­stand the group better than its members know the group to which they belong. · Go to The illu­sion of asym­metric insight →