A week of links

Links this week:

    1. Gender language and economic power – another economic paper with a spurious correlation?
    2. Culture and economic development.
    3. We haven’t yet reached our satiation point. A summary.
    4. It’s been a few weeks since the last, but here’s another Chagnon versus the anthropologists article.
    5. How many priming studies are safe to cite?

Author: Jason Collins

Economics. Behavioural and data science. PhD economics and evolutionary biology. Blog at jasoncollins.blog

One thought on “A week of links”

  1. For that last link, let me self-promote a bit 😉

    I’ve been blogging and linking about the recent discussion between Shanks and Dijksterhuis.

    http://asefixesscience.wordpress.com/2013/05/01/post-pub-peer-review-plos-one-priming-and-fist-clenching/

    I just linked in a slew of posts and articles commenting on the Nature article (other promoting – feel so much better now)

    http://asefixesscience.wordpress.com/2013/05/03/flurry-of-articles-and-posts-in-response-to-replication-dust-up-and-nature-article/

    That said, there is a replication problem, and we are doing the replicability project to try to rectify it.

    Incidentally,Rolf Zwaan is also going through priming.

    http://rolfzwaan.blogspot.se/2013/05/social-priming-in-theory-part-2.html

    (I have done priming work. I’m amazed that people get the effects they did, because we did not. Then again, we tried to show that it was emotion, not priming, that caused certain effects).

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