Esteemed American psychologist Jonathon Haidt recently made headlines having resigned from his major professional association. He did so out of frustration that ‘everybody presenting research at the group’s conferences [must] explain how their submission advances “equity, inclusion, and anti-racism goals”.’
‘The Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP)—recently asked me to violate my quasi-fiduciary duty to the truth.
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