The right-wing Heritage Foundation has accused university Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) offices of spreading anti-Semitism on campuses, but its recently issued […]
In the United States, government health agencies consider chronic fatigue syndrome as “a serious, chronic, complex, and multisystem disease,” rather than a psychological condition. That view is is not held everywhere.
Ziyad Marar, Sage’s president of global publishing, reflects on how his career and his studies of psychology, linguistics and philosophy leave him thinking a social science imagination benefits us as individuals and improves society more generally, especially in times of upheaval and reconfiguration.
We expect to see confirmation bias play an active role in the politics, where there is a satisfying emotional payoff from assuming the worst of the other side. We do not expect the same phenomenon among highly educated professionals, especially in their seemingly well researched publications. And yet …