analysis:bias:above_average_effect

The above average effect is the prevalent positive illusion that oneself is above average in most ways, which is clearly mathematically impossible. You, dear reader, are surely above average in most ways, but it isn't possible for a majority of people to be above average. See Illusory superiority.

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## Discussion

Can you extend your theory? It is too short..