Along the Lee Shore

Oct 15, 2020 - 02:30pm

Dr. David Dyjack

In this month’s column, Dr. Dyjack explores two major risks that he has increasingly observed across the public health landscape. The first is the human tendency to regress to the mean or take the path of least resistance down the neural pathways of the familiar. The second and more disturbing characteristic he detects is the Dunning–Kruger effect, a phenomena where people who are incompetent at a task will almost always overestimate their abilities. Read the full column to explore what we can do to use this disruptive time to grow and expand the profession to a brighter future.

 

Read the DirecTalk Column in Full

ALONG THE LEE SHORE (PDF)

 

November 2020 issue of the Journal of Environmental Health (JEH)
Journal of Environmental Health
November 2020
Volume 83, Number 4

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