there is something called the “jumping to conclusion” bias. It’s not typically found in autism but rather a different type poor reasoning altogether. However in high psychosis, JTC bias is strong but still not enough for this. is there a racist OCD then? i’ll look. but even in psychosis , emotional bias (boring old hate) is more a reason to disregard evidence rather than a jumping to conclusion bias. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24958065/

there is something called the “jumping to conclusion” bias.

It’s not typically found in autism but rather a different type poor reasoning altogether.

However in high psychosis, JTC bias is strong but still not enough for this.

is there a racist OCD then?

i’ll look.

but even in psychosis , emotional bias (boring old hate) is more a reason to disregard evidence rather than a jumping to conclusion bias.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24958065/

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