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84: A GPS in the Garden of Forking Paths (with Amy Orben)


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Podcast: Everything Hertz
Episode: 84: A GPS in the Garden of Forking Paths (with Amy Orben)
Episode pub date: 2019-05-21

We chat with Amy Orben, who applies “multiverse” methodology to combat and expose analytical flexibility in her research area of the impact of digital technologies on psychological wellbeing. We also discuss ReproducibiliTea, an early career researcher-led journal club initiative she co-founded, which helps young researchers create local open science groups.

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Quintana, D.S., Heathers, J.A.J. (Hosts). (2019, May 21) “A GPS in the Garden of Forking Paths (with Amy Orben)”, Everything Hertz [Audio podcast], doi: 10.17605/OSF.IO/38KPE

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#081: Fabian Taube Tips and Tricks


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Podcast: PhD Career Stories
Episode: #081: Fabian Taube Tips and Tricks
Episode pub date: 2019-08-16

This is  the second episode of Fabian Taube, in which he will share five tips on how to survive outside of academia after an academic career.

 In his first podcast Fabian shared his story transforming from academia to a specialist in preventive medicine at the Swedish Armed Forces Center for Defense Medicine. So if you have not listen to his first podcast, don’t hesitate to do so.

 Bellow you find the title of these tips:

 1-Sort out the pros and cons before accepting a certain position.

2-Let the organization know your big advantage.

3-Make contact and collaborate.

4-Make yourself and your coworkers satisfied.

5- If you aim at becoming a leader you should first question your purpose of wanting to become a leader. 

To learn more about Fabian’s tips, please listen to this episode. If you also have a story to be told or if you know someone, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Enjoy Listening!

 

For complete show notes and a transcript of the podcast, visit www.phdcareerstories.com

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UnDisciplined: The Paleontologist And The Atmospheric Scientist


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Podcast: UnDisciplined
Episode: UnDisciplined: The Paleontologist And The Atmospheric Scientist
Episode pub date: 2019-08-09


For more than a year now, we’ve been bringing together researchers from different disciplines in our never-ending search to build interdisciplinary connections. That’s a lot of researchers, who are all doing a lot of really fascinating work — but we haven’t had a paleontologist on our program yet. So today, that’s going to change. Joining us today is Javier Luque , a postdoctoral fellow in the department of geology and geophysics at Yale University. He was the leader of an international team of

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27 – How More Voices Strengthen Scholarship: Perspectives From a First Generation Academic


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Podcast: Helium
Episode: 27 – How More Voices Strengthen Scholarship: Perspectives From a First Generation Academic
Episode pub date: 2019-06-04

Dr. Olivia Aguilar, Associate Professor at Denison University, joined the show to talk about her wide ranging experiences. How tough is the tenure process? How much tougher it is for someone who is a first generation in her family college grad? How do you manage and vet the opportunities given to you as a new assistant professor? How do you authentically engage early career researchers who come come from diverse backgrounds? These are just a few of the questions we cover in this interview. 

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686: Why You Need Innovation Capital — And How to Get It


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Podcast: HBR IdeaCast
Episode: 686: Why You Need Innovation Capital — And How to Get It
Episode pub date: 2019-06-11


Nathan Furr, assistant professor of strategy at INSEAD, researches what makes great innovative leaders, and he reveals how they develop and spend “innovation capital.” Like social or political capital, it’s a power to motivate employees, win the buy-in of stakeholders, and sell breakthrough products. Furr argues that innovation capital is something everyone can develop and grow by using something he calls impression amplifiers. Furr is the coauthor of the book “Innovation Capital: How to Compete–and Win–Like the World’s Most Innovative Leaders.”

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78: Large-scale collaborative science (with Lisa DeBruine)


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Podcast: Everything Hertz
Episode: 78: Large-scale collaborative science (with Lisa DeBruine)
Episode pub date: 2019-02-17

In this episde, we chat with Lisa DeBruine (University of Glasgow) about her experience with large-scale collaborative science and how her psychology department made the switch from SPSS to R.

Discussion points and links galore:

  • Deborah Apthorp’s tweet on having to teach SPSS, “because that’s what students know”
  • People who are involved with teaching R for psychology at the University of Glasgow: @Eavanmac @dalejbarr @McAleerP @clelandwoods @PatersonHelena @emilynordmann
  • Why the #psyTeachR started teaching R for reproducible science
  • Data wrangling vs. statistical analysis
  • The psyTeachR website
  • Danielle Navarro, and her R text book that you should read
  • Lisa’s “faux” package for data simulation
  • Sometimes you can’t share data, simulations are a good way around this problem
  • “synthpop” is the name of the package that Dan mentioned that can simulate census data
  • Power analysis can be hard once you go beyond the more conventional statistical tests (e.g., t-tests, ANOVAs etc…)
  • Lisa’s OSF page
  • Dirty code is always better than no code (but the cleaner the better)
  • Live coding is terrifying but a useful teaching tool. Here’s Dan live coding how to build a website in R, typos and all
  • Using a Slack group for help
  • The psychological science accelerator
  • Chris Chartier (Psych Science Accelerator Director) on Twitter
  • A few of the other (hundreds) of folks involved with the Psych Science Accelerator Director: @PsySciAcc: @CRChartier @Ben_C_J @JkayFlake @hmoshontz
  • Lisa’s Registered Report project on face rating
  • The challenges associated with collaborating with 100+ labs
  • Authorship order
  • Author contributions: CRediT taxonomy
  • The DARPA-funding project on using AI to determine reproducibility
  • Interacting Minds workshop in Denmark in March on open science and reproducibility
  • Lisa shares what Glasgow is like
  • Lisa has changed her mind about the importance of research metrics (h-index, impact factors etc…)
  • Lisa thinks you should read this paper on equivalence testing, which includes two former guests, Daniel Lakens, Anne Scheel, and friend of the show Peder Isager.
  • Here’s the latest episode from Psych Soc O’Clock

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Getting Nosey About the Science of Smell: Why Different Sniffs Get Different Whiffs!


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Podcast: Wow in the World
Episode: Getting Nosey About the Science of Smell: Why Different Sniffs Get Different Whiffs!
Episode pub date: 2019-05-20


Scientists have long known that different people experience different smells, well…differently! But Why? And How? Join Mindy and Guy Raz in their new backyard Ol’Factory of bottled up odors, as they explore the Who, What, When, Where, Why, How, and Wow in the World of SMELL!

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Episode 253 – Stacey Finley


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Podcast: Talk Nerdy with Cara Santa Maria
Episode: Episode 253 – Stacey Finley
Episode pub date: 2019-04-15


In this episode of Talk Nerdy, Cara has an in-studio chat with Dr. Stacey Finley, head of the Computational Systems Biology Laboratory in the University of Southern California’s Viterbi School of Engineering. They discuss the work she’s doing at the intersection of systems biology, chemical engineering, computer science, and materials science to develop novel mechanistic models of disease processes such as cancer. Follow Stacey: @USCSysBio_Lab.

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