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What is the Illusory correlation?



It's the phenomenon of seeing the relationship 1 expects in a set of data even when no such relationship exists. When people form false associations between membership N a statistical minority group, this would be an example of illusory correlation.

Susan Stpierre

Illusory correlation (noun) is an apparent correlation that does not actually exist in the data being judged.

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