Dr.  Hope Landrine,  1954-2019: In Memoriam

 Dr Hope Landrine, 1954-2019 Hope Landrine’s Life and Work Dr. Hope Landrine was born in Yonkers, NY, USA on July 4, 1954, to John Albert Landrine and Sarah Alice Palmer. Sadly, after a brief illness, Hope Landrine died in Greenville, NC, USA on Sept 3, 2019. Hope Landrine was the first director of the EastContinue reading “Dr.  Hope Landrine,  1954-2019: In Memoriam”

Can I really be the only BPS member seeking retraction of racist science from British Psychological Society journals?

Context Here I discuss one of the most disgusting and offensive articles ever to appear in print: J. Philippe Rushton (1990): “Race Differences, r/K theory, and a Reply to Flynn,” The Psychologist: Bulletin of the British Psychological Society, Vol. 3, 5 (May): 195-98. In spite of the furore created by this publication 30 years ago, this article remains published on the website ofContinue reading “Can I really be the only BPS member seeking retraction of racist science from British Psychological Society journals?”

The British Psychological Society as institutionally racist

Context I write this as a member of the British Psychological Society. For more years that I care to remember, I have been on the brink of resigning from what I consider to be a racist society.  The only reason to remain as a member has been the belief that one can exert more influenceContinue reading “The British Psychological Society as institutionally racist”