Liberal and Anti-Non Liberal Bias in Academia

Post-Partisan Social Psychology. A web page with links to many sources.

A Letter to Future Conservative Professors, by Matthew Woessner, National Association of Scholars and Heterodox Academy, December 7, 2015

I Should Not Write this Op-Ed: Confessions of a Non-Leftist Professor, by George Yancey, Heterodox Academy, November 24, 2015

Affirmative Action for Conservatives?, by John Shields, Heterodox Academy, November 23, 2015

Does the Mandate for Novel Research Explain the Absence of Conservatives?, by Chris Martin, Heterodox Academy, November 11, 2015

Is social science self-correcting? Not yet. (Updated), by José Duarte, Heterodox Academy, October 28, 2015

Centrism and Sociology, by Chris Martin, Heterodox Academy, October 5, 2015

Intellectual diversity and the Association of American Law Schools, by Nicholas Rosenkranz, Heteroox Academy, September 28, 2015

The Association of American Law Schools Needs More Political Diversity, by John McGinnis, Heterodox Academy, September 26, 2015

Political diversity in social psychology — Our response to 33 critiques, by Jarret, Crawford, Heterodox Academy, September 21, 2015

How Ideology Has Hindered Sociological Insight, summarized, by Chris Martin, Heterodox Academy, September 21, 2015

Education Dogma, by George Yancey, Heterodox Academy, September 19, 2015

It’s finally out–The big review paper on the lack of political diversity in social psychology, by Jonathan Haidt, Heterodox Academy, September 14, 2015

Political Diversity Will Improve Social Psychological Science, by Lee Jussim, Heterodox Academy, September 13, 2015

Political Diversity Will Improve Social Psychological Science, preprint version submitted for publication, by José L. Duarte, Arizona State University, Jarret T. Crawford, The College of New Jersey, Charlotta Stern, Stockholm University, Jonathan Haidt, New York University—Stern School of Business, Lee Jussim, Rutgers University, Philip E. Tetlock, University of Pennsylvania, Corresponding Author: Jonathan Haidt, haidt@nyu.edu

Political Diversity Will Improve Psychological Science, by Lee Jussim Ph.D., Psychology Today, September 13,2015

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