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The importance of wisdom in social science research

Almost all social psychologists are smart, but few are wise.  I would argue that you can’t advance our collective understanding of the human condition by being smart, without also adding some wisdom to give context to what you study. For example, the most essential paradigm in social psychology is the experiment and the more controlled [...]

Book Reviews – Consilience between psychology and books I read.

One think I often do on this blog is write about books I’ve read and how they relate to psychology studies. A long time ago, I attended my favorite event in Los Angeles, the LA Times Festival of Books, and picked up the book Consilience, by E. O. Wilson. Consilience literally means the “jumping together” [...]