Bias is an inclination to present or hold a partial perspective at the expense of (possibly equally valid) alternatives. Anything biased generally is one-sided, and therefore lacks a neutral point of view. Bias can come in many forms and is often considered to be synonymous with prejudice or bigotry.
Read more about Bias.
Some articles on bias:
... enhanced) cooperate on a task, they do not exhibit a self-serving attribution bias ... and true strangers however do exhibit a self-serving attribution bias ... Where no self-serving bias is exhibited in a relationship, a betrayal of trust in the relationship will reinstate the self-serving bias ...
... See also East Coast Bias and Media bias ESPN has been known to have a bias towards certain teams and a "love affair" with superstar players such as Brett Favre, LeBron James, Tim Tebow ... Texas Longhorns, Penn State Nittany Lions football (perceived by many as negative bias), the Southeastern Conference (during college football season), and ... Baseball Tonight has been the target of criticism because of its perceived bias in favor of certain teams such as the Boston Red Sox and the New York teams, in particular ...
... ESPN is often accused of having a bias towards certain teams, including the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC), particularly the Duke Blue Devils and North Carolina Tar Heels ... sports coverage on a variety of platforms, suggesting the bias may have a financial motivation ... Although his bias towards Duke is widely speculated by many, he is also believed to favor the entire ACC in general, including Duke's rival, North Carolina ...
... Lead time bias is the bias that occurs when two tests for a disease are compared, and one test (the new, experimental one) diagnoses the disease earlier, but there is no effect on the ...
... Due to the method much of the subjects' data will be excluded from analysis leaving a bias in data findings ... This may create a bias as participants who do divulge this information may have different characteristics than participants who do not ... technique for dealing with missing data that attempts to eliminate this bias ...
More definitions of "bias":
- (noun): A line or cut across a fabric that is not at right angles to a side of the fabric.
- (adj): Slanting diagonally across the grain of a fabric.
Example: "A bias fold"
- (noun): A partiality that prevents objective consideration of an issue or situation.
Synonyms: prejudice, preconception
- (verb): Cause to be biased.
Famous quotes containing the word bias:
“The solar system has no anxiety about its reputation, and the credit of truth and honesty is as safe; nor have I any fear that a skeptical bias can be given by leaning hard on the sides of fate, of practical power, or of trade, which the doctrine of Faith cannot down-weigh.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)