Friday, February 22, 2008

A new evolutionary psychology blog

Note: since Kanazawa turned out to be batshit insane I no longer recommend his blog. See this post for another recommendation.

Satoshi Kanazawa, evolutionary psychologist at the LSE and author most recently of Why Beautiful People Have More Daughters, has just launched a blog: The Scientific Fundamentalist. Kanazawa's blog is part of Psychology Today magazine's new blog collective, which also features behavioral economist Dan Ariely (Predictably Irrational), Psychology Today's editor in chief Kaja Perina (Darwin's Arrow) and psychiatrist Peter Kramer (In Practice). There isn't much content yet, but all the blogs look quite promising.

Alas, the RSS feed doesn't seem to be set up properly yet: there seems to be no way of getting posts from only, say, Kanazawa instead of all the blogs. Hopefully they'll sort that out soon.


  1. To get the RSS of Satoshi Kanazawa's posts, go to a list of his posts at (click on his name in any of his posts).

    You will then see the RSS indicator in your browser which will give you his RSS feed at:


  2. Edited to reflect the fact that Satoshi is batshit