Michael Stewart

“Times Higher Ed”, stop muddying the waters

I don’t want to turn myself into a blogger obsessed with sloppy scientific coverage in the media, but I feel someone ought to note, if only for the record, the absurd and misleading comments by Hannah Fearn in the British Times Higher Education Supplement – the trade journal of UK ...

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Your brain needs a British headmistress

(Editor's note) Anthropologist Michael Stewart considers the unexpected impact of  pop-cognitive science on British schoolgirls. I was struck this week how easily work in the field of cognition and culture is acquired and transposed by others with strange agendas – as is always ...

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