This is a about an article by Tamsin Shaw that appeared in the February 25, 2016 issue of The New York Review of Books. The title of the article is The Psychologists Take Power.
The article is about the rash of important books by the new psychologists, the so-called Evolutionary Psychologists or behavioral biologists or several other names.. Below is a list of the sources drawn on for this article. This is pretty much a who’s who of important evolutionary psychologists.
Sources Drawn on for this article by Tamsin Shaw:
by Jonathan Haidt
Vintage, 500 pp., $16.95 (paper)
by Steven Pinker
Penguin, 802 pp., $20.00 (paper)
by Paul Bloom
Broadway, 273 pp., $15.00 (paper)
by William Damon and Anne Colby
Oxford University Press, 217 pp., $29.95
by Joshua Greene
Penguin, 422 pp., $18.00 (paper)
Report to the Special Committee of the Board of Directors of the American Psychological Association: Independent Review Relating to APA Ethics Guidelines, National Security Interrogations, and Torture
by David H. Hoffman and others
542 pp., July 2015
by the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
Melville House, 549 pp., $16.95 (paper)
Estimating the Reproducibility of Psychological Science
by Brian Nosek and others
Science, August 28, 2015
by Michael D. Matthews
Oxford University Press, 262 pp., $29.95
Actually I haven’t gotten around to even beginning this post yet. But this is an important article and I didn’t want to forget about it. I’ll get the post written soon, it’s number two on my list.
This post is still in progress. It should be finished soon.