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- v. Present participle of overpredict.
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A layman with access to relevant statistics can do at least as well and possibly better; psychiatric training is not relevant to the factors that validly can be employed to make such predictions, and psychiatrists consistently err on the side of overpredicting violence.
A Northwest Voices letter "Baseline diet," Opinion, Aug. 3 tried to diminish the debt-ceiling agreement by suggesting that one could show a statistical weight loss by overpredicting weight gain and taking credit for any weight that falls short of the prediction.
"Many of us are overpredicting the impact of convergence in the short term," McHugh argued.