Article: A meta-analysis of research on combating mis-information
Article: Fixing the Problem of Liberal Bias in Social Psychology
Article: Flat out science rejection is rare, but motivated rejection of key scientific claims is relatively common.
Article: How Anecdotal Evidence Can Undermine Scientific Results
Article: How fake news is affecting your memory
Article: New Study Indicates Existence of Eight Conservative Social Psychologists
Article: The Objectivity Thing (or, Why Science Is a Team Sport)
Article: Thomas Kuhn: the man who changed the way the world looked at science
Video: Karl Popper’s Falsification – Karl Popper believed that human knowledge progresses through ‘falsification’. A theory or idea shouldn’t be described as scientific unless it could, in principle, be proven false.
Video: Karl Popper, Science, and Pseudoscience: Crash Course Philosophy #8
Video: Simple visualization of Type I and Type II errors
Web: An overview and history of the concept of fake news.
Web: Heterodox Academy – an organization focused on improving “the quality of research and education in universities by increasing viewpoint diversity, mutual understanding, and constructive disagreement”.
Web: The People’s Science – An orgnization dedicated to removing barriers between scientists and society. See examples of how researchers, including psychologists, are sharing their research with students, colleagues and the general public.