Yoel and Mickey discuss the role of eminence in science. Is there a role for eminence in psychology? What makes a researcher eminent? Would we be better off disregarding eminence entirely?
Your hosts also discuss common myths in psychology plus a recent mini-controversy in which someone compared New York Times columnist Brett Stephens to a bedbug.
Plus: what did Yoel bring back from Hawaii?
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- Bret Stephens 'bedbugs' spat: Times writer's latest column links phrase to Nazi rhetoric during Holocaust - The Washington Post
- 10 Myths About The Mind | Psychology Today Canada — It’s high time we put the most enduring myths about human behavior to bed, and see the mind—and the world—as it is.
- Parenting doesn’t matter that much—as long as you don’t do anything super-weird. — We’re all terrified we’re going to mess up our kids. The science says we probably won’t have much impact at all.
- Fountains of Wayne - Stacy's Mom - YouTube
- Our obsession with eminence warps research : Nature News & Comment
- PsyArXiv Preprints | Against Eminence