Some researchers are just more interesting than others to you than others. So when I find one that has written something very interesting, I attempt to find their other papers to see if they have produced more interesting stuff. This is another such person. Lilienfeld writes about science and pseudoscience with regards to psychology, especially clinical psychology. He has a number of papers on a variety of dubious ideas in psychology such as repressed memory. He also writes about the public’s perception of psychology.
- Are the “Memory Wars” Over? A Scientist-Practitioner Gap in Beliefs About Repressed Memory
- A new measure of psychological misconceptions: Relations with academic background, critical thinking, and acceptance of paranormal and pseudoscientific claims
- Why many clinical psychologists are resistant to evidence-based practice: Root causes and constructive remedies
- Psychological Treatments That Cause Harm
- Public skepticism of psychology: Why many people perceive the study of human behavior as unscientific
- Distinguishing science from pseudoscience in school psychology: Science and scientific thinking as safeguards against human error
- and much more!
Of interest also are his books, of which I’ve already read two: