The New York Times, Science Section – Why Stanford Researchers Tried to Create a ‘Gaydar’ Machine. This journalist interviewed me extensively to point out the problems in recent, widely-publicized paper that purported to show that artificial intelligence algorithms can identify who is gay or straight. I think the journalist did a great job summarizing things!
AKSARBENT – Junk science in Stanford’s artificial intelligence gayface study that Newsweek, The Guardian, The Economist and Big Gay missed A somewhat irreverent blog post that dissects the recent “AI gaydar” study, by (correctly) applying our work demonstrating the fundamental flaws in gaydar accuracy research to this new study.
A lot of my work was featured on this episode of Invisibilia on NPR, including interviews with me and Trish Devine. Our part starts around the 35-minute mark.
An article in Science Magazine interviewed me, discussing my work with Patrick Forscher, Trish Devine, and Markus Brauer experimentally testing for race and gender biases in the NIH grant review process: Can fake names tease out NIH reviewer bias?
An article in The Atlantic covers a lot of my recent work: Is This How Discrimination Ends?
CNN Health – The truth about ‘gaydar’
The Conversation piece inspired a few other outlets to cover my work
The Conversation invited me to write a popular press piece on my recent gaydar papers: Debunking the ‘gaydar’ myth
Reposted by Salon – Debunking the ‘gaydar’ myth
A gay rights blog mentioned my upcoming article on Stereotyping to Infer Orientation and The Gaydar Myth: http://bookforum.com/blog/14430
The Association for Psychological Science posted about my recent article on plausible deniability for prejudice-based aggression
The Jury Room (a law website) discussed my Plausible Deniability paper: Racist Roads Not Taken and Prejudice-Based Aggression
CNN Newsroom did a segment on the deprejudice article.
The APS press release for my article in PPS: Prejudice Can Cause Depression at the Societal, Interpersonal, and Intrapersonal Levels, Researchers Argue
Stonehearth Newsletters: Depression may be caused by prejudice from the self or from another person
From the American Association for the Advancement of Science: EurekAlert!
Healthy Reads discusses the integrated perspective on prejudice and depression here
“Maybe Days” blogged about the deprejudice article here.
Archpsychological posted a nice overview of the deprejudice article: Bullying and Cyberbullying: Are Depressed People Prejudiced Against Themselves?
- “But I Didn’t Know!” People Show Prejudice-Based Aggression When It’s Easily Deniable
- Health News
- Health Medicine Network
Big Think did an article on my plausible deniability for prejudice-based aggression paper: People Are Aggressively Prejudiced If They Think They Won’t Get Caught, Study Finds
Wisconsin Public Radio, The Morning Show – Does Anti-Bias Training Work?
Featured in this week’s issue of Inside UW-Madison
SFGate – Gaydar is probably not real, after all: Scientists debunk 2008 study that validated the phenomenon
03/01/10 – I was mentioned in the APA Research Roundup: Evidence for the ‘Obama Effect’
02/16/2009 – Researchers cite President’s role in reducing racism