The “fifty million Frenchmen can’t be wrong” replication fallacy

Last week’s post about the flimsy evidence regarding stereotype threat (and the massive amounts of money wasted chasing stereotype threat effects) was far more popular than I expected. The tweet where I publicized it was my most viewed tweet in over a year, and already it is one my most popular blog posts ever. So,

The $67.5 million wasted on stereotype threat research

One popular topic in psychology when discussing test performance is the idea of stereotype threat. First proposed by Claude Steele and Joshua Aronson in 1995, the stereotype threat is phenomenon where a person who belongs to a stereotyped demographic group performs in accordance with the stereotype after being reminded of it. Usually this is suggested

35 mitos sobre la inteligencia humana

English version of this post – Versión en inglés de esta entrada En el 30 de noviembre de 2019, mandé el texto final de mi próximo libro In the Know: Debunking 35 Myths About Human Intelligence (con el título en español de Estar al tanto: Desmintiendo 35 mitos sobre la inteligencia humana) a la editorial.

35 Myths About Human Intelligence

Versión en español de esta entrada – Spanish version of this post Earlier today I submitted the final text for my upcoming book In the Know: Debunking 35 Myths About Human Intelligence. It feels good to have it in the hands of my publisher. There is still some work to do, but most of it