APS is celebrating its 30th annual convention in a few days. I promised to write before then about the things I want to see happen at APS that would get me to rejoin the organization that I was involved in, and loved, for many years.
I finally recognized that my gripes have a common theme: At 30, APS needs to realize that it has grown up. Continue reading
This year I decided not to rejoin APS. I’ve been a member for many years, am a Fellow, was on the board, and have been an CE, AE, and Editor of various APS journals. Last week, I got an e-mail … Continue reading
I was a reviewer on two of the manuscripts discussed recently in Simine Vazire’s blog by guest author Katie Corker (on behalf of the six women authors). (What I say below won’t make sense unless you have read that first.) My review of … Continue reading
[A couple of months ago I interviewed for a Fellow position with the SBST — the U.S. Social and Behavioral Sciences Team. (You know, like the UK’s Behavioral Insights Team, a/k/a “The Nudge Unit”.) It was a dream job but … Continue reading
I discovered something interesting at SPUDM24 last week. (That is the European Judgement & Decision Making Conference which was held in Barcelona this year.) I was speaking about things that are happening in psychology having to do with replication and … Continue reading
The other day Retraction Watch described a retraction triggered by the authors’ simultaneous submission to two journals. A comment asked about how one can go about ethically submitting to multiple journals. The answer: you can’t. At least not in science. … Continue reading