What Are Examples of Ecological Fallacy?


Ecological Fallacy means that you draw a conclusion about a certain person or a group of people based on your observation of some other person or group of people. For example, it is found that the countries that consume more coffee have less cases of heart diseases. It is Ecological Fallacy to infer from this that drinking more coffee causes less heart diseases since there can be various other factors in action.
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