Impostor syndrome

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Behavioural economics.

An irrational tendency among certain fully competent individuals systematically to underestimate their true level of competence.

Such individuals irrationally fear being found out as 'impostors' in their field of competence.

Sometimes spelled 'imposter' syndrome.

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