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In the discipline of Industrial and Organisational Psychology, there is a revolution going on. Critiques of old studies are as part of
Phaf, R. H. (2020). Publish less, read more. Theory & Psychology, 30(2), 263-285. https://doi.org/10.1177/0959354319898250 Abstract A publication deluge has impeded rather than
Chivers, T. (2019). What's next for psychology's embattled field of social priming. Nature, 576(7786), 200-202. Three years ago, a team of psychologists
Janosov, M., Battiston, F., & Sinatra, R. (2019). Success and luck in creative careers. Physics and Society. arXiv:1909.07956 Lu, D. (2019, September
While the failure to replicate findings from the psychological literature has been a common critique of psychology in the recent press, one area of psychology which does appear to replicate is that of trait-based prediction, a finding that is especially relevant for I/O Psychology.
Turnitin, the plagiarism detector that most Universities has been sold. Having used Turnitin for years now, I have found the software to be improving continually, and the software regularly picks most aspects of plagiarism relatively fast.
When asked whether I define myself as an academic or a practitioner, I invariably say neither. Rather I’m best defined by what is known as a pracademic.
Laissez-faire capitalism, and the competition that it breeds, I often see as key to well-functioning economies and competition is essential to good long-term solutions without exception.