Nathan Honeycutt
Nathan Honeycutt
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Many Labs 3: Evaluating participant pool quality across the academic semester via replication
CR Ebersole, OE Atherton, AL Belanger, HM Skulborstad, JM Allen, ...
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 67, 68-82, 2016
The liberal and conservative experience across academic disciplines: An extension of Inbar and Lammers
N Honeycutt, L Freberg
Social Psychological and Personality Science 8 (2), 115-123, 2017
More Polarized but More Independent Political Party Identification and Ideological Self-Categorization Among US Adults, College Students, and Late Adolescents, 1970-2015
JM Twenge, N Honeycutt, R Prislin, RA Sherman
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 42 (10), 1364-1383, 2016
A model of political bias in social science research
N Honeycutt, L Jussim
Psychological Inquiry 31 (1), 73-85, 2020
Ideological diversity, hostility, and discrimination in philosophy
U Peters, N Honeycutt, A De Block, L Jussim
Philosophical Psychology 33 (4), 511-548, 2020
Scholarship Suppression: Theoretical Perspectives and Emerging Trends
ST Stevens, L Jussim, N Honeycutt
Societies 10 (4), 82, 2020
Replicability and the psychology of science
CJ Clark, N Honeycutt, L Jussim
Avoiding Questionable Research Practices in Applied Psychology, 45-71, 2022
Unasked questions about stereotype accuracy.
L Jussim, ST Stevens, N Honeycutt
Archives of Scientific Psychology 6 (1), 214, 2018
The Academic Mind in 2022: What Faculty Think About Free Expression and Academic Freedom on Campus
N Honeycutt, ST Stevens, E Kaufmann …, 2023
Prosocial motives underlie scientific censorship by scientists: A perspective and research agenda
CJ Clark, L Jussim, K Frey, ST Stevens, M Al-Gharbi, K Aquino, JM Bailey, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 120 (48), e2301642120, 2023
IAT scores, racial gaps, and scientific gaps
L Jussim, A Careem, Z Goldberg, N Honeycutt, ST Stevens
The future of research on implicit bias, 2021
Direct and indirect influences of political ideology on perceptions of scientific findings
ST Stevens, L Jussim, SM Anglin, N Honeycutt
Belief Systems and the Perception of Reality, 115-133, 2018
Political bias in the social sciences: A critical, theoretical, and empirical review
N Honeycutt, L Jussim
Ideological and Political Bias in Psychology: Nature, Scope, and Solutions …, 2023
Scientific Gullibility
L Jussim, ST Stevens, N Honeycutt, SM Anglin, N Fox
The Social Psychology of Gullibility: Conspiracy Theories, Fake News and …, 2019
Better Understanding the Population Size and Stigmatization of Psychologists Using Questionable Research Practices
N Fox, N Honeycutt, L Jussim
Meta-Psychology 6, 2022
Manifestations of political bias in the academy
N Honeycutt
Rutgers University-School of Graduate Studies, 2022
From marginal to mainstream and vice versa: Leaders’ valuation of diversity while in the minority versus majority
R Prislin, C Davenport, Y Xu, R Moreno, N Honeycutt
Journal of Social Issues 74 (1), 112-128, 2018
On the Connection Between Bias and Censorship in Academia
N Honeycutt, L Jussim
PsyArXiv, 2022
How Many Psychologists Use Questionable Research Practices? Estimating the Population Size of Current QRP Users.
N Fox, N Honeycutt, L Jussim
PsyArXiv, 2018
University students' perceptions of the classroom political climate
N Honeycutt
Rutgers University-School of Graduate Studies, 2019
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