Below is a list of all my blog posts starting, starting with the most recent:
- Upon Reflection, Ep. 12: Tell Us What You Really Think
- Here’s to the Philosopher-Scientists!
- Upon Reflection, Ep. 11: Testing for Implicit Bias
- Upon Reflection, Ep. 10: Great Minds Do Not Think Alike
- Upon Reflection, Ep. 9: Bounded Reflectivism & Epistemic Identity
- Upon Reflection, Ep. 8: Reflective Reasoning & Philosophy
- 7 Philosophy Reading Lists Of Underrepresented Scholars/Texts
- 9 Research Funding Resources
- Two Years Of Time Logs as a Postdoc. and Assistant Prof.
- Non-Western Philosophy of Mind
- Upon Reflection, Ep. 7: Unreflective Intentions Are Compatible With Free Will
- Upon Reflection, Ep. 6: Your Health vs. My Liberty (COVID-19 Research Paper)
- How To Prepare For A Thesis Defense
- 6 Tips For Academic Presentations
- 5 Ways To Overcome Junk Data From mTurk (and online surveys more generally)
- What good is reflective reasoning?
- 10 Steps For Organizing A Conference or Workshop
- 8 Sources Of Morality
- A Year On The Job Market With A Ph.D. – Some Data
- Upon Reflection, Ep. 5: Reflective Reasoning For Real People (Dissertation Overview)
- New paper: “Your Health vs. My Liberty”
- The Base Rate Fallacy
- New Jobs, New Projects, & What’s Next
- Anders Ericsson (1947-2020)
- Upon Reflection, Ep. 4: Online Conferences’ History, Methods, and Benefits
- On Whether Reflection Is A Skill
- How to Record Professional-Quality Conference Presentations
- On Whether Reflection Is A Virtue
- Online Conferences: Some history, methods & data
- Upon Reflection, Ep. 3: Causal Network Accounts of Ill-being: Depression & Digital Well-being
- Two Years In The Life Of A Grad Student: Time Logging Data
- New Paper — Causal Network Accounts of Ill-being: Depression & Digital Well-being
- How Questions Can Enhance Teaching & Learning
- New Talk: Great Minds Do Not Think Alike
- The meaning of ‘statistical significance’ and of p-values
- Upon Reflection, Ep. 2: Not All Who Ponder Count Costs – Reflection & Moral Dilemmas
- Upon Reflection Podcast Ep. 1: What We Can Infer About Implicit Bias
- The Upon Reflection Podcast, Ep. 0 – Introduction
- Introduction to Philosophy: A Free Course
- Working Retreats: 3 Productivity Tips?
- Upgrading My Laptop From A 2014 Macbook Air to…?
- 4 Free DIY Data Analysis & Statistics Tools
- Debiasing in Administration, Advising, & Teaching
- The Anti-natalism Comparison: Contradiction, Equivocation, & Incommensurability
- New Paper: What We Can (And Can’t) Infer About Implicit Bias From Debiasing Experiments
- A Dissertation About Reflective Reasoning in Philosophy, Morality, & Bias
- 50+ Philosophy Podcasts
- Unconscious Intentions Do Not Undermine Free Will
- Multi-disciplinary Philosophy PhD Programs
- Metaphysics of Mind: A Flowchart Taxonomy
- On Inferring Mechanisms In Cognitive Science
- The Roles of Intuition & Reflection in Skill & Expertise
- 4 Steps Toward A 40-50 Hour Work Week
- Philosophy As Proto-Psychology
- 5 Thoughts About “Liberal Hypocrites”
- The Potential Benefits Of Not Believing In A Resurrection Of Jesus
- I Bought An Electric Height-adjustable Desk …and I love it.
- The Institute of Art and Ideas Podcast: Europe’s (Superior) Answer to TED
- How Arguments Work: The Basics
- Evaluate An Argument With Just ONE Flowchart
- 3 Obstacles For Research About Cheating & Morality
- Sexual Harassment Accusations & The Acceptance Principle
- Writing Bloopers
- Science vs. Philosophy …or maybe they are continuous
- Domain-familiarity & The Cognitive Reflection Test
- Why Critical Reasoning Might Not Require Self-knowledge
- Free, online conference on the philosophy and science of mind!
- Christine Korsgaard on Reflection and Reflective Endorsement
- The Meaning Problem & Academic Lexicons
- Academic Fake News?
- What Christopher Peacocke means by ‘Reflective Self-consciousness’
- 11 Steps Toward WordPress Optimization (for both of us)
- My Experience with Christian Apologetics
- How To Create A Digital Library
- Are Atheists More Reflective Than Theists?
- How To Write A Philosophy Paper: 4 Criteria, 9 Tips
- What Is Reflective Reasoning?
- The Appeal to Intuition: A Fallacy?
- Experimental Philosophy 2.0: The Neuroscience of Philosophy
- 3 Tips For Your First Philosophy Class
- Why Make an Academic Social Network Profile (and a Website)?
- Classroom Poster Sessions: A win for you and your students
- The Moral Argument Against Footnotes and PDF
- APA Interview & Deleted Interview Questions
- The Bias Fallacy
- Representative Art vs. The Real Thing: Which is more beautiful?
- A Definition of ‘Fake News’ (and Related Terms)
- Research Questions & Mental Shortcuts: A Warning
- 4 Student Feedback Policies
- 5 Email Workflow Policies
- Grading Shorthand: Quick, Consistent, and Constructive Feedback
- Crystal Meth & Your Brain: An Infographic
- Implicit Bias & Philosophy
- Is Reflective Reasoning Supposed To Change Your Mind?
- Plans for 2017
- Top posts of 2016
- 25+ Cognitive Science Podcasts
- 30+ Online Resources For Studying & Teaching Philosophy
- 50+ Cognitive Science and/or Philosophy Blogs
- 100+ Videos about Cognitive Science and Philosophy
- Is post-fact reasoning redeemable?
- Visual Brainstorming on Whiteboards for Posters, Slides, and More
- Why Care About Cognitive Science?
- Politicians Defunding Based on Political Bias? Sounds Biased
- So you voted third party or didn’t vote at all. Did you help Trump win?
- 3 Post-Election Problems (and Solutions?)
- Ads & Ad Blockers
- Addiction Vs. Habit: An Infographic
- 9 Facts About People Who Study Philosophy
- Considering Third Party Candidates? A Podcast Discussion
- The Minds Online Conference Is Starting!
- How I Learned To Love Academic Reading
- Fact-checking is not enough: We need argument-checking
- Voting Third-Party: A Wasted Vote?
- My Lap Desk (And How To Make One)
- The Four Levels of Apology
- My Sit-stand Desk
- Peer-review: should we get rid of it?
- Workflow: Week-To-Week Time Data
- 4 Ways To Maximize My Daily Routine
- Is Philosophical Reflection Ever Inappropriate?
- Does Ethics Rest On A Mistake? Three Arguments That It Does
- Interview with ACI Scholarly Blog Index
- Peer-review: on what basis should we reject papers?
- Podcasts …for research?
- What do philosophers do, anyway?
- Text-To-Speech for Speed Reading & More
- Quote: Why consequentialists probably care about virtue and character.
- True Story: I Made $1000 By Responding To One Spam Email
- One Way To Do Philosophy: A Flowchart
- Do reflective people agree about ethics?
- University and Department Rankings: A Custom Solution
- Certain Philosophical Views Correlate with Reasoning Errors …even among PhDs
- Hey Marco Rubio! More philosophy, less rhetoric!
- Office Space: Desk Setup
- Implicit Bias | Part 5: Bias Feedback
- Implicit Bias | Part 4: Ten Debiasing Strategies
- Implicit Bias | Part 3: Workplace Bias
- Implicit Bias | Part 2: What is implicit bias?
- Implicit Bias | Part 1: Bias Anxiety
- Productivity, Overworking, & Incentives
- The Willpower Network
- Philosophy, Science, and Magic
- Philosophers’ Carnival #171
- Exercise, Neuroscience, and the Network Theory of Well-being
- A(nother) Puzzle About Appealing to Intuition?
- Where Does “Bottom-up” Bottom Out?
- Goals & Desires
- Grad School | Part 5: Contingency plans
- Grad School | Part 4: What’s Good And Bad About Grad School?
- Grad School | Part 3: The Basics of a PhD In Philosophy
- Grad School | Part 2: Academic Jobs
- Grad School | Part 1: The Value Of A PhD
- Do We Need Bargh’s Selfish Goals?
- Philosophers’ Carnival #154
- Unconscious Perception in Infants?
- Derek Leben’s “When Psychology Undermines [Moral and Religious] Beliefs”
- Rawls & Cosmopolitan Egalitarian Redistribution
- Intermountain Philosophy Conference: Abstract
- The Hard Problem of Consciousness: A Cognition Problem?
- Philosophers’ Carnival #142
- Philosophers’ Brains
- An Argument against the reliability of intuition
- Higher-order Thought v. Higher-order Cortex
- Philosophers’ Carnival #139
- Personal Identity: Taking Vantage Points More Seriously