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John Staddon is James B. Duke Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience and Professor of Biology, Emeritus at Duke University. His most recent book is Scientific Method.
Truth seems to be disappearing from universities' missions at an alarming rate. Can a focus on discovery and intellectual pursuits ever be recovered?
Diversity programs are evolving just as many have predicted: to erode academic standards and to promote second-rate fields and third-rate thinking.
Ask yourself whether we are moving in the right direction.
Bias in favor of or against an individual simply because of his or her race or ethnicity is morally wrong.
The chickens have come home to roost at Duke’s Divinity School.
Is anti-Darwin "Politically Incorrect"?
How reliable are decades-old memories?
Ta-Nehisi Coates has become one of the most prominent public intellectuals in America. But his famous 'case for reparations' contains conspicuous flaws.
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