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Religious Belief and Analytical Thinking Don’t Necessarily Cancel Each Other Out
New research questions a widely touted previous finding.
Sometimes It’s Good to Shame Researchers a Bit
A set of studies purportedly showing which sorts of dance moves are sexiest show how researchers benefit from shoddy work.
There’s a Problem With a Bunch of Psychology Textbooks
A trio of researchers evaluated a bunch of introductory-level material to see how rigorous it was, and the results weren’t great.
Inside Psychology’s ‘Methodological Terrorism’ Debate
A seemingly obscure debate about etiquette contains some big questions about the future of social science.
The Fall of Power Poses Has an Interesting House-of-Cards Aspect to It
The authors of the original study thought they were building on a sound foundation of past research. They may not have been.
So, Maybe Academics Are Unconsciously Set Up for Clickbait Research
It’s just responding to the incentives in place, after all.
Here’s a Helpful Rundown of Psychology’s Replication Crisis
It may shake your faith in social science.
Maybe the Replication Crisis is Really an Inspirational-Ideas Crisis
It seems like the psychology ideas that are facing the biggest challenges are also the ones offering the most optimistic accounts of human nature.