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'''Typical mind fallacy''' is the mistake of making biased and overconfident conclusions about other people's experience based on your own personal experience, a mistake of assuming that other people are more like you than they actually are.
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The '''typical mind fallacy''' is the mistake of making biased and overconfident conclusions about other people's experience based on your own personal experience; the mistake of assuming that other people are more like you than they actually are.
  
 
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The typical mind fallacy is the mistake of making biased and overconfident conclusions about other people's experience based on your own personal experience; the mistake of assuming that other people are more like you than they actually are.

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