Abstract: Homeopathy. 2006 Oct;95(4):237-44. Heuristics and bias in homeopathy. Souter K.
"The practice of Homeopathy ought to be strictly logical. In the Organon Samuel Hahnemann gives the impression that the unprejudiced observer should be able to follow an algorithmic route to the simillimum in every case. Judgement and Decision Research, however, indicates that when people grapple with complex systems like homeopathy they are more likely to use heuristics or empirical rules to help them reach a solution. Thus Hahnemann's concept of the unprejudiced observer is virtually impossible to attain. There is inevitable bias in both case-taking and remedy selection. Understanding the types of bias may enable the practitioner to reduce his/her own bias."
All practitioners must actively work to discover their own bias. As with all areas of homeopathic study, no shortcut to mastery exists.