Whether you call it a crisis, a renaissance, a revolution, or something else, there is no doubt that psychology is in the middle of a period of great change. How will future historians, scientists, and others look back on this moment in our field's history? We speculate on what changes we think will stuck, whether some things will look silly or naive in hindsight, what new problems or issues will rise in importance, and more. Plus: We respond to a letter about whether, when, and how to disclose a disability during the job search (and we invite feedback from people with more experience or expertise than us).
- A Short (Personal) Future History of Revolution 2.0 by Bobbie Spellman
- The Psychological Science Accelerator: Advancing Psychology through a Distributed Collaborative Network by Hannah Moshontz et al.
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This is episode 51. It was recorded on January 7, 2019.