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Antisocial psychologists, Bo, Cory, and Lee discuss the peer review process in science--the reasons for it, the problems with it, and whether there is any compelling evidence for bias in peer review beyond their own anecdotal annoyances.And Lee announces the launch of a new journal, Journal of Open Inquiry in Behavioral Science (JOIBS), which will …
 
In this special episode of Psyphilopod, Bo and original co-host Cory Clark are joined by the wonderful Diana Fleischman to discuss the ethics of our treatment of animals. First, they discuss utilitarianism, which is the basic moral framework through which Diana thinks about these issues. Then they get into the weeds of the morality of diets, asking…
 
Bo and Ben discuss Josh Hawley and post-liberal conservatism. What is post-liberal conservatism? Is it actually post-liberal? Bo and Ben agree that it is largely a high-level philosophical criticism of some liberal principles that is remains within the liberal paradigm. But there is something real at stake in the debate. Bo has more sympathy for Ah…
 
Bo and Ben discuss Covid hypocrisy in the media. Andrew Cuomo was lionized for months, a champion of the scientifically minded left, a smooth, calming, honest communicator, a hero. Ron DeSantis, on the other hand, was denounced as a cavalier science-denier. But Florida’s numbers are much better than New York’s, and Cuomo has been mired in a scandal…
 
Bo and Ben discuss the impeachment vote. Although the impeachment failed, seven Republicans, including most surprisingly Burr and Cassidy, voted for conviction. After the vote, Mitch McConnell gave an absolutely withering speech, assailing Trump’s behavior throughout the months after the election, but claimed he voted against conviction because the…
 
Bo and Ben discuss the issues of the week. Impeachment trial. Some of the prosecutors, especially Jamie Raskin from Maryland, were incredibly effective. However, the Democrats lamentably chose highly partisan members to prosecute, including Swalwell (IA) and Castro (TX), almost provoking Republicans to acquit, like so that they can keep the connect…
 
Bo and Ben discuss the issues of the week. Biden’s proposed 1.9 trillion- dollar stimulus. Biden is clearly going big, having learned from the Obama stimulus debates. Republicans countered with a much more moderate 618 billion-dollar proposal, but Democrats seem intent on their larger, more generous bill. Bo and Ben largely agree that going big has…
 
Bo and Ben discuss Biden’s early presidency, including his EO lifting Trump’s transgender ban in the military, and his push for a 1.9 trillion-dollar relief package that has a 15-dollar minimum wage tucked inside. They discuss some of the research for and against a higher minimum wage.They end by discussing the filibuster. Should the Democrats end …
 
Bo and Ben discuss Biden’s agenda. What can we ascertain about his plan to govern from his first few days and from a flurry of executive orders? During his inaugural speech, Biden spoke of a desire to unify the country, but did any of his rhetoric serve that end? Bo and Ben agree that it did not, and that he failed to offer conservatives much of su…
 
Bo and Ben discuss impeachment, social media crackdowns, and an essay defending big businesses by Matt Yglesias. They agree that at least in principle Donald Trump should be impeached and convicted. His actions after the election have been repellent, and they should be punished forcefully. They are uncertain about social media curation. Social medi…
 
Bo and Ben discuss Trump for over two hours. In the wake of the Capitol riot, they reflect upon his influence on politics over the last four years. Is he a symptom of an underlying disease? A cause? Or both? They agree that he confirms the adage that character is destiny and also the hypothesis that character is an important trait to consider when …
 
In a comeback for Psyphilopod, Bo and Ben Winegard, MZ Twins, take the helm and discuss evolutionary psychology, intelligence, and polices. They start with natural and sexual selection. Then they talk about modularity. Modules are domain specific processing systems that evolved to solve recurrent evolutionary challenges. However, not all features o…
 
What is the significance of implicit bias in the lab and in the real world? And why are social scientists, the public, and the media so fascinated with unconscious bias? These questions and more on Psyphilopod Episode 17 with guest-host, Dr. Calvin Lai.Follow Calvin on Twitter: @CalvinKLaiFollow Psyphilopod on Twitter: @PsyphilopodFollow Bo on Twit…
 
Psyphilopod Episode 16: Our guest-host, Diego Reinero, chats with Bo and Cory about the relationship between the ideological slant of research and replicability, and whether scientists can and should eliminate moral concerns from their research. Read Diego's meta-analysis: https://psyarxiv.com/6k3j5/Follow Diego on Twitter: @diegoareineroFollow Psy…
 
Psyphilopod Episode 15: Our guest-host, Gregg Caruso, chats with Bo and Cory about free will skepticism, the nature of retribution, and whether society would be better off without moral blame.Follow Gregg on Twitter: @GreggDCarusoFollow Psyphilopod on Twitter: @PsyphilopodFollow Cory on Twitter: @ImHardcoryFollow Bo on Twitter: @EPoe187…
 
Psyphilopod Episode 12: Dr. Bo Winegard and Dr. Cory Clark discuss the extent to which scientific conclusions should influence policy, whether the conclusions drawn by progressive social scientists are influenced by fear of policy reper-cussions, and whether they are right to worry.Follow Psyphilopod on Twitter: @PsyphilopodFollow Cory on Twitter: …
 
Psyphilopod Episode 10: Dr. Bo Winegard and Dr. Cory Clark discuss the controversial online journal, Quillette, and whether it fulfills its stated purpose as a platform for free thought or whether it has become an echo chamber for those opposed to progressives and the social justice movement.Follow Psyphilopod on Twitter: @PsyphilopodFollow Bo on T…
 
Psyphilopod Episode 8: Dr. Bo Winegard and Dr. Cory Clark discuss evolutionary psychology and why some other branches of psychology aren't fans.Follow Psyphilopod on Twitter: @PsyphilopodFollow Bo on Twitter: @EPoe187Follow Cory on Twitter: @ImHardcorySocial Psychologists and Evolutionary Psychology (Buss & von Hippel) papers:https://psycnet.apa.or…
 
Psyphilopod Episode 7: Bo and Cory discuss why pursuit of truth can lead to skepticism about science and whether liberal bias is a problem for science. And Bo mansplains himpathy to Cory.Follow Psyphilopod on Twitter: @PsyphilopodFollow Bo on Twitter: @EPoe187Follow Cory on Twitter: @ImHardcoryIs the Political Slant of Psychology Research Related t…
 
Psyphilopod Episode 6: Bo and Cory discuss the evolution of punishment, viral outrage, and why you're probably a sadist.Follow Psyphilopod on Twitter: @PsyphilopodFollow Bo on Twitter: @EPoe187Follow Cory on Twitter: @ImHardcorySignaling theory of punishment: https://www.nature.com/articles/nature16981Viral outrage can be counterproductive: https:/…
 
Psyphilopod Episode 5: Bo and Cory discuss sex differences, the politics of sex differences, and Bo's beta male anti-masculinity bias.Follow Psyphilopod on Twitter: @PsyphilopodFollow Bo on Twitter: @EPoe187Follow Cory on Twitter: @ImHardcory Status competition paper:https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s40806-018-0147-7Geary's male/female boo…
 
Psyphilopod Episode 4: Bo and Cory discuss civil discourse, the demand problem for intellectual humility, and why nobody has an issue with UFO free speech.Follow Psyphilopod on Twitter: @PsyphilopodFollow Bo on Twitter: @EPoe187Follow Cory on Twitter: @ImHardcory Intellectual humility paper:https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/0146167217697…
 
Psyphilopod Episode 3: Bo and Cory discuss your lack of free will, whether we should preserve moral responsibility regardless, and why Jeffrey Dahmer was morally superior to Ted Bundy.Follow Psyphilopod on Twitter: @PsyphilopodFollow Cory on Twitter: @ImHardcory Follow Bo on Twitter: @EPoe187Free to punish paper:https://www.researchgate.net/publica…
 
Psyphilopod Episode 1: Bo and Cory discuss political bias and why it is so hard to measure, potential bias in social psychology, LeBron James, and witches.Follow Psyphilopod on Twitter: @PsyphilopodFollow Cory on Twitter: @ImHardcory Follow Bo on Twitter: @EPoe187The Jost et al. article about conservative cognition is available here: http://www.sul…
 
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