There is a need for researchers to adopt standard methods for preventing their own psychological biases from confounding the validity of their research. Click here, for the full post on Psychology Today.
An early career scholar who left the field speaks out. Click here for the full post on Psychology Today.
Early career scholars often bring new and fresh perspectives to a scientific field. This post presents a pair of such views. Click here, for the full post on Psychology Today.
Confirmation biases are pervasive. But people often use the term to unjustifiably delegitimize their opponents. How can you tell the difference?
There are more studies showing scientists are egalitarian or favor women in peer review. But the studies finding bias against women get disproportionate scientific attention.
Are scientists biased against women in science? For women? Egalitarian? What does the evidence actually say?
The existence of sex bias in science is controversial, with some people, in science & out, with some claiming biases do not occur, and others outraged at such claims. What’s true?
A saga of outrage and science reform This is a story of innovative science, an outrage mob, and how politics and activism insinuate themselves into psychological science; but it is also a story of how psychological scientific practices might, just might, be improving. Click here, for the full post on Psychology Today.
A new paper said “Yes” and a scientific Twitter storm ensued. Do strong emotional responses to our article indicate that we hit a nerve or that our colleagues are baffled by our ineptitude? Click here, for the full post on Psychology Today.
Intellectual affirmative action. This is the second of a two-part series, slightly adapted from an essay I wrote in 2002, for Dialogues, which was then a hard copy newsletter of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology. Click here, for the full post on Psychology Today.