An NHS Doctor Analyzes Bad Scientific and Medical Reporting. The Results Will Astound You.

Book review: Bad Science, by Ben Goldacre (Amazon / Book Depository) The hole in our culture is gaping: evidence-based medicine, the ultimate applied science, contains some of the cleverest ideas from the past two centuries, it has saved millions of lives, but there has never once been a single exhibit on the subject in London’s... Continue Reading →

The Pseudoscience of Personality Typing and its Eccentric Mother-Daughter Developers

Book review: The Personality Brokers, by Merve Emre (Amazon / Book Depository) Only the smallest fraction of those who encountered the indicator knew anything about Isabel, Katharine, or the origins of type. If asked about the indicator's provenance, most people would have assumed that Myers and Briggs were the last names of two collaborating psychologists -... Continue Reading →

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