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Epistemic Oppression, Construct Validity, and Scientific Rigor: Commentary on Woo et al. (2022)
Perspectives on Psychological Science  (IF11.621),  Pub Date : 2022-06-10, DOI: 10.1177/17456916211072830
Jennifer M. Gómez

In this commentary, I highlight flaws in the article by Woo and colleagues (this issue) that undermine its credibility and utility as rigorous science that contributes to the field. I do so by discussing (a) the concept of epistemic oppression regarding the glaring exclusion of multiple germane bodies of research and (b) the importance of including construct validity within a psychometric article regarding the Graduate Record Examination (GRE). I conclude with a plea to the authors that the matter of anti-Black violence and murder, which they reference, is one to be taken respectfully, seriously, and somberly.