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Why It Took Social Science Years to Correct a Simple Error About ‘Psychoticism’

Causality questions aside, you’re still arguing that according to your data impulsive people who dislike rules are more conservative. Full write up here. (An aside: when the target article was first published, so many of my “sophisticate and rational” friends and academic colleagues predictably revealed their crude confirmation biases via their social media virtue-signaling). confirmation…

CFP: Economics in the Era of Natural Computationalism and Big Data

There will be a Cosmos + Taxis sponsored panel so please submit your proposals to C+T’s editor David Emanuel Andersson. agent-based simulationArtificial intelligenceBehavioral economicscomplexitycomputational economicscomputational intelligencecosmos & taxisdata scienceeconometricsEconomicsexperimental economicsFriedrich Hayekhistory of economicsneuroeconomicson- line gaming experimentspolitical economySelf-organization