Ph.D., Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Open Inquiry in Behavioral Science
Dr. Jussim is Distinguished Professor, Psychology, Rutgers. He has published over 100 articles and chapters and six books. His book, Social Perception and Social Reality, contested and debunked the psychological canon that people were mostly big bad bags of bias, and showed that, instead, across many of the types of situations, people’s judgments were often reasonable, rational and accurate.
This book received the American Publishers Award for best book in Psychology in 2012. He is a founding member of Heterodox Academy and the Academic Freedom Alliance. Just after visits to his old Psychology Today blog site exceeded a million, he move to Substack where he now posts his own and others’ essays, https://unsafescience.substack.com/.