Our article on the absence of political diversity has just been published and you can read the summary of it here (with links to download the whole thing). Lone voices (Rich Redding, Phil Tetlock) in the wilderness have been raising alarms for...
Lee JussimI was one of the founding early members of @HdxAcademy, and also have several essays there, such as this one
Are scientific claims of sexism in science overstated?
Lee JussimI also enjoy having guest posts, especially from women and minorities willing to contest unjustified narratives that pervade the social sciences. This by @clairlemon before she became famous!
Everything you wanted to know about social psychology but were afraid to ask
Lee JussimI also actively blog at Psych Today as Rabble Rouser.** Here is the gateway:
** Expertise matters, but when it comes to common sense, that of laypeople often equals or exceeds that of academics.
Greg Ellis reads How a Rebellious Scientist Uncovered the Surprising Truth About Stereotypes, Claire Lehmann’s article about Lee Jussim, the maverick social psychologist who discovered that stereotypes accurately predict academic achievement,...
Thread by @PsychRabble: "Sorry, Celeste, your thread does not present anything false, but it constitutes a very selective review of the literr bias. If you are simply taking an activist stand w/no interest in the data, then these sources will have...
Lee JussimCeleste blocked me, but you can find her thread on the biases faced by women in science here