Last week we submitted a paper with guidelines for conducting and reporting a Bayesian analysis (with a focus on JASP). You can find a preprint here. The Abstract Despite the increasing popularity of Bayesian inference in empirical research, few...
Andrew R. A. Conway, Ph.D.My column on the UC SAT decision, now in 2 parts :
1. The Decision
2. The Reason
There is a lesson here for University leaders; for contentious issues, the decision itself matters, AND how you communicate that decision matters, sometimes even more.
Andrew R. A. Conway, Ph.D."ETS is a nonprofit organization with an educational mission to increase access and equity for all individuals... it goes to great lengths to ensure its tests are as free from bias as possible..."
It's time we looked more closely at the philosophy behind the movement.
Andrew R. A. Conway, Ph.D."There are no universal truths, no objective reality, just narratives that are expressed in discourses and language that reflect one group’s power over another."- Andrew Sullivan
Andrew R. A. Conway, Ph.D.I am excited to finally share the news that I am starting a regular column about intelligence at Psychology Today. The first column is now available. The second column, on the University of California SAT decision, will be posted Friday.
Humans can draw insight from previous experiences in order to quickly adapt to novel environments that share a common underlying structure. Here we combine functional imaging and computational modeling to identify the neural systems that support the...