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#BlackinPsychWeek was amazing. Training and working in the DC/MD area, I was blessed to be trained by so many Black psychologists. Moving to another area has reminded me how isolating being #BlackinPsych can be in some areas. Thank you for putting this together. https://twitter.com/BlackinPsych/status/1376008486484639750
As we conclude #BlackInPsychWeek, we want to express immense gratitude to each and every one of you that SHOWED UP and participated! We’ve learned so much from all of you. Please continue to use the hashtags to connect and build community with us and each other! 💛
Wow, this is the most succinct way I have seen to point out how subjectivism is more-precise than positivists might give it credit for. “When you measure include the measurer.” 👏 https://twitter.com/MCHammer/status/1363908982289559553
You bore us. If science is a “commitment to truth” shall we site all the historical non-truths perpetuated by scientists ? Of course not. It’s not science vs Philosophy ... It’s Science + Philosophy. Elevate your Thinking and Consciousness. When you measure include the measurer. https://twitter.com/drewgrey/status/1363905675957473288
Algorithmic injustice: a relational ethics approach https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2666389921000155
New paper fresh off the press! 🥳🥳🥳
Thanks for having me on the podcast, it was a lot of fun! https://twitter.com/ConfBoardofCda/status/1359615403614429195
Our latest #podcast guest shares her studies on how psychology can effect change in sustainability. Dr. @jiayingzhao, Canada Research Chair in Behavioural Sustainability, talks with us about how to nudge people to better decisions. Episode now available: https://www.conferenceboard.ca/insights/podcasts/bright-future?utm_source=PODCAST&utm_medium=SOCIAL&utm_campaign=COMMS#jiaying-zhao
We are long overdue for some new norms surrounding the PhD admissions/ advising process. Four suggestions below...
Black in X Collective making a video for Black In History Month. We need at least one member from each group to check out channel on SLACK and make a submission by 2/7. Let us know if you have questions.
As a trainee, I’ve reached a point where I’m actually *offended* if a draft comes back with little feedback. It may be painful in the moment, but having a mentor this invested in your work is such a valuable learning experience! https://twitter.com/JulesBass6/status/1355281902463148033
Note to mentors: remember to warn new mentees that this👇is normal. Although I’m totally used to seeing my work come back to me like this (one of my old grants), it can be shocking the first time. I forgot to warn a new grad student and regrettably caused a lot of distress 🤦♀️
[Cognitive capacity nobody understands] is very important.
the underlying neural mechanisms remain enigmatic.
Here we show that [stimuli somehow related to the capacity] can be decoded from [spatiotemporal description].
Our results show that we can do what we did.
This is our apparently extreme agenda: asking ML researchers to set back and reflect on the implications of the research directions they are pursuing, now that said research is being deployed at scale.
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