Inclusivity Spotlight: Upending Racism in Our Science: Where the Rubber Meets the Road

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Psychological science lacks diversity in topics, populations researched, scientists, reviewers of our science, and dissemination avenues. This narrow lens stifles intellectual contributions, idea generation and scholarly innovation. In this talk, researchers highlight structural and procedural barriers holding psychological science back and offer concrete strategies to deviate from that norm.


Idia Binitie Thurston, Texas A&M University

Supplementary material: Slides

Moderator: John T. Jost, New York University

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