Personality psychologist and methodologist Julia Rohrer joins the show to talk about causal claims, strategic ambiguity, and how tough it is to tell what empirical claims many psychology papers are making. To illustrate, we subject Yoel's first paper, "Conservatives are more easily disgusted than liberals," to some vigorous post-publication peer review. We also discuss what makes Julia most hopeful about psychology, as well as the recent progress in alcohol-free beer.
- Two Psychologists Four Beers on Untappd
- Who would win, 100 duck-sized strategic ambiguities vs. 1 horse-sized structured abstract? – The 100% CI
- PsyArXiv Preprints | The Only Thing That Can Stop Bad Causal Inference Is Good Causal Inference
- The C-Word: Scientific Euphemisms Do Not Improve Causal Inference From Observational Data | AJPH | Vol. 108 Issue 5
- Conservatives are more easily disgusted than liberals: Cognition and Emotion: Vol 23, No 4