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Hello loyal reader(s) of Cedar’s Digest. I have decided to pack up my things and move, from wordpress.com to my own self-hosted site: http://riener.us Please redirect or resubscribe your feedly or RSS readers, or email settings if you wish to continue … Continue reading
Can social media serve as a catalyst for psychological science? I think many scientists are rightly skeptical of social media as a replacement for other normal scientific processes. Peer review will not be replaced by Tweep Review. Methods sections will not be … Continue reading
I just used a “21st century skill” (teh Googlez, I uses it) to help an anthropologist colleague track down some good starting points on social psychology as it relates to inequality, oppression and resilience. And it reminded me what I … Continue reading
I recently read a little back and forth on the Scientific American blogs, and it reminded me of a few pet peeves I have of science writing and how the public understands science (in particular psychology) in general. Thought I … Continue reading
For new readers, one of the enduring themes of this blog, and of my teaching is that I am a big fan of facts and a doubter of the efficacy of teaching skills (21st century or otherwise). At the same … Continue reading
I have been actively using twitter for about two weeks now, and I have to say I am enjoying it far more than when I first joined twitter, 4 years ago. I have also been reading The Big Sort, by … Continue reading