Category Archives: I Actually Was a Reviewer

Actual reviews of papers that got published anyway

Does action scaling predict ‘the embodiment of culture’? (No.) by @PsychScientists

Andrew Wilson of @PsychScientists recently published a commentary on a paper in Frontiers that he had been a reviewer on. He blogged about it here. The paper is Soliman T, Gibson A and Glenberg AM (2013) Sensory motor mechanisms unify … Continue reading

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Connecting the conceptual dots in embodied cognition (by @PsychScientists)

Andrew Wilson of @PsychScientists posted this commentary on an embodied cognition paper he reviewed recently for Frontiers, detailing what he sees as a critical flaw in the paper; Dijkstra, K., Eerland, A., Zijlmans, J., & Post, L. (2012). How Body … Continue reading

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