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In Dialogue with Professor Peter Hegarty about his Talk at the OPRC Launch Event

'Re-Imagining Group Differences in Scientific Psychology' Eka: What’s this talk all about, Peter? Peter: This talk is about the feeling of being marked as “other” and the ways in which that feeling is reproduced in the way that we write about social identities such as race, gender and sexuality in psychological science. Eka: Interesting, that… Continue reading In Dialogue with Professor Peter Hegarty about his Talk at the OPRC Launch Event

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Re-Imagining Group Differences in Scientific Psychology

Psychology aims to be an inclusive science that represents people fairly. In this talk Professor Peter Hegarty describes content analysis and experimental research on visualization, explanation and hypothesis testing that informs that aim. He argues for a two-way process between shared cultural beliefs and psychologists’ written accounts of their reasoning about race, gender, sexuality and… Continue reading Re-Imagining Group Differences in Scientific Psychology