Bias number 36 is known as curse of knowledge. This is a cognitive bias that affects the depth of information shared and the attitude taken towards students, novices or audiences who are less familiar with the topic than the communicator.
How does it work? The information sharer makes assumptions about the level of knowledge available to their audience. Because the assumption is incorrect, they fail to communicate appropriate information to get their audience up to speed.
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