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Carol Tavris

Carol Tavris, Ph.D., is a social psychologist, writer, and lecturer. She is author of a recent collection of book reviews and essays, Psychobabble and Biobunk, coauthor of three introductory psychology textbooks, and the book Mistakes Were Made (But Not By Me).

Whatever Happened to ‘Jane Doe’?

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 32.1, January / February 2008

Special Early Release

An important victory for open, skeptical inquiry and free speech.

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‘Why Won’t They Admit They’re Wrong?’ and Other Skeptics’ Mysteries

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 31.6, November / December 2007

Comment and Opinion

Cognitive dissonance is hardwired, but how we choose to reduce it is not. Just as good drivers learn to correct for...

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Brains, Biology, Science, and Skepticism: On Thinking about Sex Differences (Again)

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 29.3, May / June 2005

News & Comment

In 1977, my friend and colleague Carole Wade and I wrote one of the first textbooks in women's studies...

The High Cost of Skepticism

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 26.4, July / August 2002


Here's what happened to two scientists who believed that tenure and the 1st Amendment would protect their rights to free inquiry

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