If we want to fix science, we can’t equate criticism with bullying. Strong op-ed from
We need to nurture and protect a culture of scientific criticism, stand up to bullying, and not conflate the two
Once again cuts through the crap with a sensitive & nuanced take that gets to the heart of the matter.
Great piece. Calling criticism of your work “scholarly harassment” doesn’t make it illegitimate or inappropriate.
Criticizing a scientist's work is science, not bullying - nails it as usual
There is a critical distinction between fair scientific criticism and bullying. I'll spell it out.
"If we want to fix science, we can’t equate criticism with bullying"
From a comment on Criticizing a scientist’s work isn’t bullying.
Interesting take on the Cuddy profile that appeared in the Times last week
Wise words from : If we want to fix science, we can’t equate criticism with bullying
This is so obvious it shouldn't need to be said, on the "bullying" of Amy Cuddy and her power pose research
"Criticizing a Scientist’s Work Isn’t Bullying," says . "It’s Science."
If we want to fix science, we can’t equate criticism with bullying:
If we want to fix science, we can't equate criticism with bullying HT
Criticizing research isn't bullying, it's science. Right. And I've experienced both, by scientists.
Simine Vazire's exquisite, balanced, thoughtful rebuttal of the NYTimes piece on , sci criticism≠bullying
very thoughtful post by If we want to fix science, we can’t equate criticism with bullying: via
If we want to fix science, we can’t equate criticism with bullying: via
Nullius in verba. We need criticism, criticism is good. So is this article by .
It's always a pleasure to read , and her Slate piece on replication and bullying is no exception.
Criticizing a Scientist’s Work Isn’t Bullying. It’s Science. ^excellent article by
"Criticizing a scientist's work isn't bullying. It's science." - Excellent article by
Conflating scientific criticism with bullying. Down to earth read via
If we want to fix science, we can’t equate criticism with bullying: via
Criticizing a Scientist’s Work Isn’t Bullying. It’s Science.
Great stuff from . Patriarchy/misogyny/sexism are not (perfectly) fractal.
I hope that everyone who read last week's NYT Amy Cuddy piece reads 's take on it, too
Criticizing a scientist’s work isn’t bullying.
Pertinent to earlier discussion with Cuddy and (!) Monica Lewinsky. Great article
Criticizing a Scientist’s Work Isn’t Bullying. It’s Science.
If we want to fix science, we can’t equate criticism with bullying: via
Great piece about criticism vs. bullying in science. Also relevant to Swedish debate about Victoria Kawesa.
“Cuddy’s ... is a story of a woman living in a misogynistic society, having to put up with internet bullies who have cruelly criticised her... But it is also a story of a woman experiencing completely appropriate scientific criticism” via
Thank you, , for so clearly articulating one of the most important points that often gets lost.
This point can't be emphasised enough.
"It cannot be controversial for 1 scientist to say to another, 'I think you’re wrong,' or, 'Show me your evidence.'"
If we want to fix science, we can’t equate criticism with bullying: via
Criticizing a Scientist’s Work Isn’t Bullying. It’s Science.
If we want to fix science, we can’t equate criticism with bullying
"We cannot equate criticism with harassment."
If we want to fix #science, we can’t equate criticism with #bullying: via by
Timely piece from on the distinction between perfectly legitimate scientific criticism and bullying
Criticizing a scientist’s work isn’t bullying.
tl;dr: In science, folks will criticize your ideas and evidence. Don't take it personally.
Does this work for math, too? Someone should tell Jo Boaler. (I wrote about Boaler here: )
Totally agree science needs criticicism. Not inconsistent with SOME critics being bullies. Respectful tone vital.
Respectful criticism. Hounding people who study stuff you don’t want to know hurts everyone. RT : Spot on.
The piece to read re: ' NYT article on Amy Cuddy & replication in science ht
: If we want to fix science, we can’t equate criticism with bullying.
Criticizing a scientist’s work isn’t bullying. A woman talking back to the tone police
If we want to fix science, we can’t equate criticism with bullying: via
If we want to fix science, we can’t equate criticism with bullying: via
An important follow-up piece. Conflating scientific criticism w/ personal attacks is a mistake.
Criticizing a scientist's research is science at work
"To tackle the harassment women face... requires us to be clear about the line between criticism and bullying."
Great article by on the distinction between criticism (good!) and harassment (bad!) via
"There should be no sacred findings in #science." #reproducibility
Nullius in verba; Nullius in verba.
If we want to fix #science, we can’t equate criticism with bullying. It's called #peerreview! via
If we want to fix science, we can’t equate criticism with bullying: via
If we want to fix science, we can’t equate criticism with bullying via &