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The department's Professor Dorothy Bishop is a frequent contributor to news and social media via her twitter feed, @deevybee, and her blog.   Recently she has written an article in the Guardian about concerns over reproducibility of studies in psychology, and posted on her blog concerns about new interventions being offered for dyslexia.  In a recent article in the British Medical Journal, Dorothy has also spoken out against the popularising of unsupported claims that use of the internet can provoke autism in children, with this debate being covered in a recent article in the Telegraph.