Authority Bias 

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Authority Bias is “the tendency to attribute greater weight and accuracy to the opinion of an authority figure. This happens whether we believe what they are doing or telling us is wrong. In short, we put our own person opinion on hold in lieu of theirs.”1

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Authority Bias: Lessons from the Milgram Obedience Experiment

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  1. https://smallbusinessforum.co/the-authority-bias-cognitive-bias-review-part-vii-5266ef075800
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