Robert D. Mather, Ph.D.

In the News

Television Appearances

The Ingraham Angle, Fox News, October 1, 2018 (Link)

Radio Appearances

The Dr. Stephanie Show, WCBM, March 28, 2021

The Larry O'Connor Show, WMAL, August 27, 2019 (Link)

The Larry O'Connor Show, WMAL, August 6, 2019

The Laura Ingraham Show, Radio, 10-2-2018

The Ethan Bearman Show, KGO, September 28, 2017

Video Podcast and Podcast Appearances

The Dr. Johann D'Souza Podcast, Episode 9, October 27, 2023 (Link)

ROPE Report Live, "Liberal vs Conservative Thought in the Category of Parental Rights" (Link)

and "Parenting Around Gender Issues", September 22, 2023

ROPE Report Live, #20, June 23, 2023 (Link)

Rucksack Radio, Episode 376, Rucksack Roundtable, February 6, 2023 (Link

The TommyC Show, May 14, 2021 (Link)

Print and Online Media

"Chasing Chaos" by Jena E Pincott, May 3, 2022, Psychology Today

Featured in the book Hidden Careers in Psychology by Austin Kane, 2022

"Scientists Against Trump" by Christoph Drosser, November 2, 2020, SWR2 Wissen (Link)

Featured in the book Weird: The Power of Being an Outsider in an Insider World by Olga Khazan, 2020

“Kavanaugh Accuser’s Recollection May Stem from False Memory, Suggests Psychology Professor” by Michele Blood, October 2, 2018, Lifezette

“Why Conservatives Find Life More Meaningful Than Liberals” by Olga Khazan, July 26, 2018, The Atlantic

“Oklahoma Professors Push Back Against Campus Groupthink, Identity Politics” by Staci Elder Hensley, July 23, 2018, Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs

“Internal Affairs” by Dwyer Gunn, March 2, 2017, Psychology Today

“Scientists for Trump” by Olga Khazan, February 9, 2017, The Atlantic

“Why Fake News Targeted Trump Supporters” by Olga Khazan, February 2, 2017, The Atlantic

“Why Recent Violence is Unlikely to Increase Support for Donald Trump” by Tom Jacobs, July 14, 2016, Pacific Standard

"Academics Discuss American Democracy and the Election: Part 1 and Part 2" by Lee Jussim, December 15, 2016, Heterodox Academy