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ABSTRACTConstructive criticism is essential to scientific progress. Allowing a comfortable place for heterodox ideas is one crucial means of ensuring such progress in psychology. A variety of social psychological (e.g., groupthink, derogation of outsiders) and institutional (e.g., citation bias,...
ABSTRACTIn their contribution to the special issue on heterodox issues in this journal, Buss and von Hippel (2018) claimed that social psychologists allow their left-wing politics to interfere with their scientific judgment. In this response, I argue that Buss and von Hippel have provided no...
ABSTRACTIn her commentary on Buss and von Hippel (2018), Fine (2020) makes 2 primary claims. First, she argues that Buss and von Hippel’s methods and data do not support their conclusions. Second, she argues that Buss and von Hippel made unsubstantiated accusations of ideological bias regarding...
ABSTRACTThe recent wars have brought new challenges for military service members, particularly as it relates to posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and blast injuries. Though research has been conducted on the psychological effects of these injuries, the 2 most common disorders have yet to be...
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