Stuff I’ve written:

The Public Cost of Private Science, magazine

Science Isn’t Here for Your Mommy-Shaming, magazine

No, Animals do not Have Genders, magazine

Women Can No Longer Pay for Household Help, and That’s a Problem, Medium post

Hydroxychloroquine and the Political Polarization of Science, for Boston Review (related talk)

Fair Elections During a Crisis white paper with 25 interdisciplinary co-authors

Why False Claims About COVID-19 Refuse to Die: Tracking the Information Zombie Apocalypse, for (talk on this, and another)

Using Math to Understand Inequity, The OUP blog

Gendered Division of Labor Served a Purpose.  To Make Progress, Don’t Erase It.  Replace It. for The Behavioral Scientist

The Social Media Problem is Worse Than You Think for Issues in Science and Technology

How Powerful Individuals Use Science to Sway Public Opinion for Zocalo Public Square

How Misinformation Spreads—And Why We Trust It for Scientific American

The Information Arms Race Can’t Be Won, But We Have to Keep Fighting, for Aeon magazine

Six Tips for Avoiding Misinformation on Social Media, for the Yale University Press Blog

How Misinformation Can Spread Among Scientists (excerpt from The Misinformation Age), The Behavioral Scientist

Misinformation Age (short summary), Imperfect Cognitions Blog

Weaponizing Reputation, The Yale Review

If Evolution Favors Fairness, Why Does Inequality Persist?, The LSE Forum Blog

Game Theory and The Walking Dead, The Huffington Post Blog

Strategic Learning and Discrimination in Academia (with Justin Bruner), Digressions and Impressions Guest Post

Are Women Worse at Math?  It’s Time to Stop Asking, The Huffington Post Blog

Life is Random (on noise in biology), Slate Magazine

Media Coverage of Work/Career:

Interview on The Dissenter

Interview on Digital Public Interest Collective Podcast

Interview on Sean Carroll’s Mindscape Podcast

Interview on This Study Shows podcast

Interview on the Sci Phi podcast.

Q&A for Psychology today about the role of philosophy in science

Interview with The Reasoner

Free Food for Thought Podcast

COVID-19 and Risk Judgements

Article in Science News

Interview on the Human Risk Podcast

Article in Reason

Coverage on the Hidden Brain Blog

False Belief and Misinformation –

Write up on Medium about my work on why scientific retractions fail

Interview on avoiding misinformation

Interview on the UCI Podcast

Pittsburgh Center for Philosophy of Science, debate about fake news

Interview on the Lancet Voice podcast

Interview for Propaganda Watch website

Q&A for Medium Science and Technology

Interview for Plenary Sessions podcast

Interview for The New Books Network podcast

Health in All Matters podcast

Interview on the Jefferson Exchange radio show

Interview on The David Pakman Show and the youtube version.

Write up in Forbes Magazine

Interview on the Heterodoxy Podcast

Interview on NPR’s Morning Edition

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 Psychology today and a follow up second part

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 about The Misinformation Age

Interview on NPR’s Hidden Brain about The Misinformation Age

New York Times book review of The Misinformation Age

My work with James Owen Weatherall and Justin P. Bruner was featured by the MIT Technological Review and the Guardian.

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 –

Interview with Game Changer on The Origins of Unfairness

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.

Game Theory in Biology –

Interview with Carrie Figdor for the New Books in Philosophy Podcast