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Replication Crisis and Implicit bias: Where are we now and where do we go next?

International workshop organised by CEPDISC

08.04.2021 | Maj Thimm Carlsen

Dato tir 17 aug
Tid 09:00 16:00
Sted Bartholins Allé 7 Building 1325 –Room 240 and Zoom (necessary to sign-up)
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The workshop on evidence on implicit bias and the replication crisis is planned as a hybrid event. It will therefore be possible to participate both in person in Aarhus and online on Zoom.

Please note times are tentative. Program is to be announced.

List of invited speakers - tentative:

Alex Madva (Cal Poly Pomona)

Jules Holroyd (Department of Philosophy, The University of Sheffield)

Joseph Sweetman (Department of Psychology,  University of Exeter)

Mikkel Gerken (Department for the Study of Culture, University of Southern Denmark)


Ditte Marie Munch-Jurisic.  


If you wish to join please send an e-mail to cepdisc@ps.au.dk.

Please indicate whether you wish to join online or in person.


09.00-09.05: Welcome

09.00-10.30: Jules Holroyd (Sheffield): Implicit Bias and Reform Efforts in Philosophy


10.45-12.15: Alex Madva (Cal Poly Pomona): Calibrated Expectations and Open Questions for Implicit Bias Research


13.15-14:45: Joseph Sweetman: Joseph Sweetman (Exeter): Open, replicable, reproducible, statistically informed psychological science: The special responsibility of the social psychologist.


15:00-16.30: Mikkel Gerken (University of Southern Denmark): Biased Cognition as a Source of Science Skepticism


Tags: CEPDISC, Ditte Marie Munch-Jurisic, implicit bias, replication crisis