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128: When You Get Nothing But Crickets


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Podcast: The Cult of Pedagogy Podcast
Episode: 128: When You Get Nothing But Crickets
Pub date: 2019-08-19

You ask your group a question, and you get nothing back. What’s up with that? In this episode, we’ll talk about some of the reasons your students (or audience members) aren’t participating the way you want them to, and some new things you can try to get a better response.

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92: Chaos in the brickyard


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Podcast: Everything Hertz
Episode: 92: Chaos in the brickyard
Pub date: 2019-09-16

Dan and James discuss the role of Google Scholar in citation patterns and whether we should limit academics to only publishing two papers a year.

Links and details:

  • James has a new Hertz-quarters
  • The Metascience conference
  • How is google scholar influencing citation patterns
  • A slide from @Jevinwest’s presentation on Google Scholars
  • Is this a symptom of lazy citaton practices rather than the algorithm?
  • What are the alternatives to google scholar?
  • Should google open up the algorithm?
  • GS will find your preprint and link it to the paywall link
  • Why is Google Scholar free?
  • What would make GS better?
  • Using the Zotero plugin for to collected citation info in bulk from search results in GS
  • Top recommended articles in GS are phenomenal
  • GS is not great for meta-analysis
  • GS reduces friction
  • Should we limit academics to only publishing two papers a year, as suggested by former guest, Dorothy Bishop?
  • Who would stand to lose from this?
  • Is this idea practical? What if only a few countries or institutions implemented this?
  • The Japanese math genius who posts papers on his own website
  • Chaos in the brickyard paper
    Chaos in the brickyard cartoon
    Open data isn’t a new concept

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Music credits: [Lee Rosevere](freemusicarchive.org/music/Lee_Rosevere/)


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Quintana, D.S., Heathers, J.A.J. (Hosts). (2019, September 16) “Chaos in the brickyard”, Everything Hertz [Audio podcast] https://osf.io/xfd2p/

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What are Lab Meetings Good For?


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Podcast: Marginally Significant
Episode: What are Lab Meetings Good For?
Pub date: 2019-04-13

We all have active research labs that meet on a regular basis. Typically, we discuss our current projects, train students on running our studies, and perhaps have students present their findings. However, can lab meetings be used for more than just discussing our own research? Are there practical skills or useful information we could cover during lab meetings that would be helpful for our students? In this episode, we talk about what we currently do in our lab meetings. Perhaps more importantly, we discuss what we could be doing to most effectively use this time for the benefit of our graduate and undergraduate students.


Marginally Significant is hosted by:
Andrew Smith @andrewrsmith
Twila Wingrove @twilawingrove
Andrew Monroe @monroeandrew
Chris Holden @profcjholden

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Valuing failure (Part 2)


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Podcast: Fast Track Impact
Episode: Valuing failure (Part 2)
Pub date: 2019-06-22

This week, Mark continues to reframe failure as something that deeply affirms our values and leads to greater meaning and contentment. In part 2, he thinks about how we step back, withdraw from the fight and change tack, drawing on a philosophy of pessimism. This views challenge as a psychological necessity that makes us feel more fully alive, rather than constantly looking forward to a time when there will be no suffering or being nostalgic for a lost time before our challenges began. Academic life is full​ of rejections, but this episode will help you transform your view of failure to become more resilient.

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Should we clean out the file drawer?


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Podcast: Marginally Significant
Episode: Should we clean out the file drawer?
Pub date: 2020-01-31

Do you have a file drawer? Cleaning out the file drawer is an idea that has been floating around on twitter, but is it feasible? What does it mean for past studies? Is there a way in which we could get a sense of how many studies are in file drawers? Also, we discuss writing letters of recommendation and how we evaluate the ones we read.


Marginally Significant is hosted by:
Andrew Smith @andrewrsmith
Twila Wingrove @twilawingrove
Andrew Monroe @monroeandrew
Chris Holden @profcjholden

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Rebecca Goldin and Brian Nosek on Hard Truths in Math and Psychology


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Podcast: The Joy of x
Episode: Rebecca Goldin and Brian Nosek on Hard Truths in Math and Psychology
Pub date: 2020-03-24


The mathematician Rebecca Goldin and the psychology researcher Brian Nosek speak with host Steven Strogatz about what it’s like to be the bearers of unpopular truths.

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Design or Redesign a Course From Start to Finish


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Podcast: Helium
Episode: Design or Redesign a Course From Start to Finish
Pub date: 2019-07-02

As an early career faculty member you are often called upon to design or redesign a course. This can be something faculty dread as a distraction from research. But by following a framework for course design you can enjoy and excel in this process. In this episode Liesl Wuest walks us through a framework that will allow you to intentionally create your next course in a structured way with learning goals, objectives, content, activities and assessment in mind. 

www.teamhelium.co/episode29

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86: Should I stay or should I go?


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Podcast: Everything Hertz
Episode: 86: Should I stay or should I go?
Pub date: 2019-06-17

Dan and James answer a listener question on whether they should stick it out for a few months in a toxic lab to get one more paper or if they should leave.

Other stuff they cover:

  • We don’t like cricket, oh no, we love it
  • James is bad at tribalism
  • We answer a listener question about a bad lab environment
  • The “Dutch Bounce”
  • The Golden Lab Child
  • Demonstrating independence by writing a sole author paper
  • What should you do if there’s a late authorship switch on your paper?
  • Having an upfront conversation about authorship
  • James on NPR

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Music credits: [Lee Rosevere](freemusicarchive.org/music/Lee_Rosevere/)


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Quintana, D.S., Heathers, J.A.J. (Hosts). (2019, June 17) “Should I stay or should I go?”, Everything Hertz [Audio podcast], doi: 10.17605/OSF.IO/RX7FB

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