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Mickey and Yoel take advantage of the SESP (Society for Experimental Social Psychology) conference to ask guests some hard-hitting questions about the present and future of social psychology (and, of course, beers). We then answer the same questions ourselves.
Bonus: why are we banning applause on the show?
Special Guests: Hanah Chapman, Keith Maddox, Laura Niemi, and Pam Smith.
- Beau's Brewing Co. - Lug Tread
- Oxford students vote to replace clapping with silent jazz hands | News | The Times
- Laura Niemi | Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy
- Hanah Chapman
- Pamela Smith | Faculty | Rady School of Management | UC San Diego
- Yidan Yin
- Tufts University, Department of Psychology: People
- Semantics derived automatically from language corpora contain human-like biases | Science
- Exploring the landscape of modern academic psychology: Finding and filling the holes. (Paul Rozin) — Like any other domain of human activity, psychology has its fads and fashions. One consequence of fads is an overconcentration of resources on specific problems or approaches, which leaves other important problems or approaches (holes) underappreciated and understudied. This article is primarily about different factors (such as negativity bias, polarization of positions, focus on internal causes of behavior, dedication to a narrow view of what science is) that result in holes and about explorations of some of these holes that have interested the author. Psychologists should look more in the holes left behind by current enthusiasms.
- The Book of Why: The New Science of Cause and Effect: Judea Pearl, Dana Mackenzie: 9780465097609: Amazon.com: Books
- Watch Undone - Season 1 | Prime Video