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I’ll be at the Deep South Philosophy of Neuroscience workshop this weekend. I’m presenting a new, pre-registered study of philosophers ..read more
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A 2019 paper in the Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science found that most psychology textbooks, instructors, and ..read more
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Welcome to the third episode of Upon Reflection, a podcast about what we think as well as how and why we think it. In this podcast, I’ll ..read more
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Welcome to the second episode of Upon Reflection, a podcast about what we think as well as how and why we think it. In this podcast, I’ ..read more
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Welcome to the first, introductory episode of The Upon Reflection podcast, a podcast about the philosophy of cognitive science and the ..read more
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I recently attended a working retreat. There was nothing to it really. Just a day of working around colleagues. But it was outstandingly ..read more
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I share a 5-year-old MacBook Air with my partner. We need more storage than this laptop offered when we bought it. However, Apple no longer ..read more
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While I was working on a paper about implicit bias, it occurred to me that my views about implicit bias and debiasing had implications for ..read more
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Some philosophers argue that bringing a human into existence is always wrong because it’s better (for the non-existent) to not exist. Let ..read more
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People often ask me how they can learn the basics of statistical analysis. In this post, I share my answer. Via Nick Byrd - PhD candidate ..read more

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