Blue Hair is Brave? Competent?

Jacquelyn Schneider's recent [1] piece at War on The Rocks - Blue Hair in the Grey Zone - got me thinking. How does my research on the stereotype of soldiers and the principle of discrimination relate to recruitment difficulties and personnel shortages in the military? Let's speculate widely. In my studies, I asked people - U.S. residents … Continue reading Blue Hair is Brave? Competent?

Swings and Roundabouts

So as you all probably know by now, over the weekend there was this piece published in the Boston Globe, once again decrying the apparently poor tone of people calling for psychological science to clean up its act. Like everyone else, I’m going to suggest reading James Heather as a companion piece first. I'm also … Continue reading Swings and Roundabouts