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Everything you wanted to know about social psychology but were afraid to ask
Lee Jussim Ph.D. on June 20, 2022
Commentary: Some of the key claims made in microaggression research are backed by weak evidence.
Lee Jussim Ph.D. on March 28, 2022
Limitations and flaws in implicit bias research aren't always communicated to the general public.
Lee Jussim Ph.D. on March 12, 2022
Great psychological discoveries can sometimes be made by simple, systematic observations of what people do in their natural environments.
Lee Jussim Ph.D. on February 11, 2022
Left-wing authoritarians supported violent social justice protests in the summer of 2020, while right-wing authoritarians supported armed anti-lockdown protests.
Lee Jussim Ph.D. on December 26, 2021
Scientists posture as credible arbiters of truth. However, biases can undercut scientists' truth claims. Skepticism about psychological science on politicized topics is justified.
Lee Jussim Ph.D. on December 1, 2021
Commentary: If political biases infect social science scholarship, one recently published study may not be the way to find out.
Lee Jussim Ph.D. on November 11, 2021
Commentary: Academics and universities are abandoning academic freedom.
Lee Jussim Ph.D. on September 19, 2021
Research shows that few people engage in discrimination but also that marginalized groups experience substantial discrimination. How are both results possible?
Lee Jussim Ph.D. on September 7, 2021
A case study of social justice-infused research employing bad statistics and dubious methods to hype "an incredible" result.
Lee Jussim Ph.D. on July 6, 2021
A possible case of the conjunction fallacy.
Lee Jussim Ph.D. on June 25, 2021
Societal discussions of discrimination might be informed by studies assessing how much discrimination occurs.
Lee Jussim Ph.D. on June 13, 2021
Training programs make claims that are not justified by research.
Lee Jussim Ph.D. on June 1, 2021
America has rapidly transitioned from a culture of freedom to a culture of censorship that some have compared to life under authoritarian regimes.
Lee Jussim Ph.D. on March 25, 2021
Part 2: Rising censoriousness can be seen in everything from changes in popular idioms to extensive survey data.
Lee Jussim Ph.D. on March 17, 2021
Censoriousness is on the rise, by government and lesser but often more effective authorities.
Lee Jussim Ph.D. on March 8, 2021
Even if people believe their own propaganda, it is still propaganda.
Lee Jussim Ph.D. on December 22, 2020
They have come after your reputation, your job, or your business. They are lying, but everyone seems to buy it. How do you get out of this?
Lee Jussim Ph.D. on November 27, 2020
Knowledge is power. To successfully defend against a cancellation attack, first you need to be able to recognize one.
Lee Jussim Ph.D. on October 22, 2020
Doctors and nurses make mistakes of both practice and judgment. Although this is inevitable, you do not want to be victimized by those mistakes, if you can help it.
Lee Jussim Ph.D. on September 20, 2020
In a spirit of inclusiveness, denunciations, ostracisim, and stigmatizing people for their views, cultures, or identities will not be tolerated.