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Unconscious mind studies should not have survived peer-review

A series of papers about the boon of unconscious thought were so flawed, they should never have passed peer review. https://t.co/YBbWGMOLmX pic.twitter.com/Zh1jfGSfWO

— Rolf Degen (@DegenRolf) …

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Labour Economics

Wage gaps by gender, race and ethnicity persist in the USA

Wage gaps by gender, race and ethnicity persist even among those with BAs or more education https://t.co/B0QEq5KZe5

— Pew Research Center (@pewresearch) July 1, 2016…

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Politics - USA

Is women's soccer unusually profitable?

If women soccer players are discriminated against, their employers must be making a lot of extra profits of their toil. If women soccer players are paid less than their marginal revenue product, the organisers of their tournaments and those that broadcasted them must be doing very well indeed. 631 more words

Labour Economics