Selected Media Coverage
Male scientists are far more likely to be referred to by their last names, impacting status and awards. Science Magazine (2018).
The Way We Identify Professionals Disadvantages Women. Pacific Standard (2018).
Calling men by their surname gives them an unfair career boost. New Scientist (2018).
Self-proclaimed ‘experts’ more likely to fall for made-up facts, study finds. The Washington Post (2015).
Self-Proclaimed Experts Often Claim To Know More Than They Really Do. Gizmodo (2015).
Here's more evidence you should always be wary of 'experts'. Business Insider (2015)
You Don't Know as Much as You Think: False Expertise. Scientific American (2015).
We are all confident idiots. Pacific Standard (2014).