Stuff I’ve written:
Life is Random (on noise in biology), Slate Magazine
Are Women Worse at Math? It’s Time to Stop Asking, The Huffington Post Blog
Strategic Learning and Discrimination in Academia (with Justin Bruner), Digressions and Impressions Guest Post
Game Theory and The Walking Dead, The Huffington Post Blog
If Evolution Favors Fairness, Why Does Inequality Persist?, The LSE Forum Blog
Weaponizing Reputation, The Yale Review
Misinformation Age (short summary), Imperfect Cognitions Blog
How Misinformation Can Spread Among Scientists (excerpt from The Misinformation Age), The Behavioral Scientist
Six Tips for Avoiding Misinformation on Social Media, for the Yale University Press Blog
The Information Arms Race Can’t Be Won, But We Have to Keep Fighting, for Aeon magazine
Media Coverage of Work/Career:
Interview on the Sci Phi podcast.
Q&A for Psychology today about the role of philosophy in science
False Belief and Misinformation –
ABC radio New South Wales Breakfast, interview
Interview for Hidden Brain (repurposed from earlier interview)
Interview on Slate’s The Gist podcast
Interview on PBS’s The Open Mind (TV)
Deutschlandfunk interview (it’s in German, which is not impressive of me since it was dubbed)
Interview on Why? radio
Interview on WICN Inquiry
Q&A with The Behavioral Scientist about The Misinformation Age
Interview on Constant Wonder radio show.
Q&A with Nautil.us about The Misinformation Age
Interview on NPR’s Hidden Brain about The Misinformation Age
New York Times book review of The Misinformation Age
The Misinformation Age was on Scientific American”s recommended reading list January 2019.
Interview about The Misinformation Age in the Pacific Standard.
Gender and Inequity –
Here is an overview of some of my NSF work on gender inequity in science for NSF social media.
I was interviewed by Nautilus Magazine about my work on power and academic collaboration.
Here I chat about the role of diversity in scientific communities studying risk on The Naked Scientists podcast.
And here is a podcast of my appearance at an LSE Forum panel discussion on women in science.