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Political Bias

a form of bias that results in either intentionally or accidentally non-representative research in favor of a particular political ideology or motive.


Abramowitz, S. I., Gomes, B., & Abramowitz, C. V. (1975). Publish or Politic: Referee Bias in Manuscript Review. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 5(3), 187-200.

Ceci, S. J., Peters, D., & Plotkin, J. (1985). Human subjects review, personal values, and the regulation of social science research. American Psychologist, 40(9), 994.

Duarte, J.L, Crawford, J.T., Stern, C., Haidt, J., Jussim, L., & Tetlock, P.E. (in press). Political diversity will improve social psychological science. Behavioral and Brain Sciences.
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Eagly, A. H. (1995). The science and politics of comparing women and men. American Psychologist, 50(3), 145.

Eagly, A. H. (2013). The science and politics of comparing men and women: A reconsideration. In M. K. Ryan & N. R. Branscombe (Eds.), Sage handbook of gender and psychology (pp. 11-28). London, England: Sage.

Gross, N. (2013). Why are professors liberal and why do conservatives care? Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Gross, N. (2015). Liberals and conservatives in academia: A reply to my critics. Society, 52, 47-53.

Jussim, L., Crawford, J.T., Anglin, S.M., & Stevens, S.T. (in press). Ideological bias in social psychological research. To appear in J. Forgas, K. Fiedler, & W. Crano (eds), Sydney Symposium on Social Psychology and Politics.

Jussim, L., Crawford, J.T., Stevens, S.T., & Anglin, S.M. (in press). The politics of social psychological science: Distortions in the social psychology of intergroup relations. To appear in P. Valdesolo and J. Graham (eds), Claremont Symposium on Social Psychology and Politics.

Jussim, L., Crawford, J.T., Stevens, S.T., Anglin, S.M., & Duarte, J.L. (in press). Can high moral purposes undermine scientific integrity? To appear in J. Forgas, P. van Lange, & L. Jussim (eds), The Sydney Symposium on the Social Psychology of Morality.

Maranto, R., Redding, R. E., & Hess, F. M. (Eds.). (2009). The Politically Correct University: Problems, Scope, and Reforms. Rowman & Littlefield.

Marsden, G.M. (2015). Religious discrimination in academia. Society, 52, 19-22.

Martin, C.C. (2015). How ideology has hindered sociological insight. The American Sociologist, doi: 10.1007/s12108-015-9263-z.

Redding, R. E. (2001). Sociopolitical diversity in psychology: The case for pluralism. American Psychologist, 56(3), 205.

Tetlock, P. E. (1994). Political psychology or politicized psychology: Is the road to scientific hell paved with good moral intentions? Political Psychology, 509-529.

Tetlock, P.E., & Mitchell, G. (2015). Why so few conservatives and should we care? Society, 52, 28-34.

Woessner, M., & Kelly-Woessner, A. (2015). Reflections on academic liberalism and conservative criticism. Society, 52, 35-41.

Yancey, G. (2015). Both/and instead of either/or. Society, 52, 23-27.

Zimmerman, J. (2015). The context of undergraduate teaching and learning. Society, 52, 42-46.


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