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  1. judgmentsnoun

    plural of judgment

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of judgments in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of judgments in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

Examples of judgments in a Sentence

  1. Sayfullo Saipov:

    The judgments that are made here are not important for me, they are not Allah's judgments.

  2. Andrew Ceresney:

    Deutsche Bank failed to make reasonable judgments when valuing its positions and lacked robust internal controls over financial reporting.

  3. Med Jones:

    There are two main reasons that caused mainstream economists and financial media to miss the financial crisis of 2008. The first is the NIH (Not Invented Here) bias, which is an organizational phenomenon manifested as an unwillingness to adopt an idea because it originates from unknown outsiders. It is a form of social cognition bias that leads to errors in group judgments such as missing on new opportunities or risks. The second reason is a cognition bias known as the Confirmation Bias which is the tendency to search for, filter in, or interpret information in a way that confirms existing preconceptions. The Confirmation Bias is recognized as an individual cognition bias, but when met with (NIH) bias it appears to develop into a social bias very similar to the Groupthink syndrome.

  4. Jonathan Hausmann:

    There are some instances where doctors make black-and-white decisions based purely on the number on the thermometer, infants less than three months of age—if they have a fever, it’s a big deal. They get admitted to the hospital. If it’s 100.3 they don’t. So we’re making judgments on normal and abnormal temperatures based on information that may be inaccurate. This may lead us to overtreat some patients that don’t need to be treated and to withhold treatment from patients that should be treated.

  5. Steve Maraboli:

    Judging is preventing us from understanding a new truth. Free yourself from the rules of old judgments and create the space for new understanding.

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