How are skeptics and paranormal believers different? In personality and mental health, it seems!
In which one of my students takes a look at the changes in the psychotic disorders in the latest DSM.
Come out to SkeptOKon – the first student-organized conference on skepticism and critical thinking ever in Oklahoma!
Click and listen in on a talk that I recently gave detailing our recent research that examined what makes a skeptic a skeptic, rather than a paranormal believer.
In which we examine if any complementary or alternative medicines have a use in the treatment of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder
In which one of my students examines exactly how those magical “Power Bands” helped people be stronger, better, faster, and longer.
In which I highlight some of the best SINner made gifts for your holiday giving.
In which I review a skeptical look at the various natural explanations that have been put forth for the Star of Bethlehem over the past couple thousand years or so.
In which I outline some course assignments that will ensure lots of excellent reading over the next few months here on GPS.
Year in and year out, The Amazing Meeting (TAM) hosts one of the most outstanding group of speakers and workshops of any conference related to scientific skepticism. This year is no exception, and one of the speakers I am most excited to hear (and hopefully meet in person) is Susan Jacoby.