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Episode 24 – Conferences


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Episode pub date: 2019-09-03


Episode 24 – Conferences

This time we talk academic conferences! What do we thing about them as ECRs? Amy was at the ABCD workshop during recording (check out https://abcdstudy.org/) giving a hands-on picture of conference activities. Of course, we couldn’t talk conferences without mentioning our favourite SIPS!(see https://improvingpsych.org/meetings/previous-sips-meetings/).

We compare conferences, discuss how we try to make the most out of our conference experience, and what conferences are like for ECRS

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Episode 21 – Katia Damer


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Episode pub date: 2019-07-17


Episode 21 – Katia Damer

This episode we talked to the co-founder and CEO of Prolific Academic (https://prolific.ac/), Katia Damer. Prolific Academic is a platform connecting researchers with a pool of research participants for online data collection. We discuss Katia’s experience of founding Prolific as a start-up during her PhD and how prolific brings researchers and participants together.

Find Katia on twitter @ekadamer, and shutout to Prolific co-founder @Phelimb

Some highlights:
– Katia’s journey to Prolific
– How we can use Prolific and whether it is the right tool for our research
– How participants can join
– Sam has used Prolific, it was da bomb
– Critical voices about online research
– Katia’s start up experience, and bringing that experience back the the PhD
– Dealing with failures and mistakes; how Prolific owns their mistakes.
– Katia’s advice for ECRs

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Episode 20 – Priya Silverstein


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Episode pub date: 2019-05-28


Episode 20 – Priya Silverstein

Buckle up to hear Priya discuss running (and publishing) replication research and diversity in science. This was perhaps the most eventful recording session we have ever had, but we really enjoyed the conversation. The more diversity the better!

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Episode 17 – Lisa Spitzer And Tobias Heycke


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Episode pub date: 2019-04-16


Episode 17 – Lisa Spitzer And Tobias Heycke

This week we have two special guests, two more awesome ECRs we want you to meet! Lisa Spitzer (@Lisa__Spitzer) and Tobias Heycke (@TobiasHeycke) discuss their project with us – using screen recordings of computerised experimental procedures to assist with reproducibility.

Check out Lisa and Tobias’ preprint: https://psyarxiv.com/rbn8c/
In the interests of being doubly awesome, Lisa and Tobias have a separate tutorial on using Open Broadcaster Software (OBS) for the screen recording of your tasks: osf.io/3twe9

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Episode 15 – Responding To The Fallibility Of Others


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Episode: Episode 15 – Responding To The Fallibility Of Others
Episode pub date: 2019-03-06


Episode 15 – Responding To The Fallibility Of Others

In this second part-er we revisit Dorothy Bishop’s “Fallibility in Science: Responding to Errors in the Work of Oneself and Others”. Last episode we discussed responding to one’s own errors. We got so wrapped up that we didn’t get onto responding to others errors. So, we’re back;

Highlights:
How should we respond to other’s errors
Oh my god this is complicated and has so many grey areas, including;
– Does career stage matter?
– Does the profile of the work matter?
– should we, and when should we, contact the authors to let them know of errors, and what are the complications with this?
We also dive into the idea of commenting on the research, rather than the researcher and discuss the value of this.

What do you think? hit our twitter, DMs, and email to continue the chat!

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Episode 14 – Responding to fallibility in science


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Episode: Episode 14 – Responding to fallibility in science
Episode pub date: 2019-02-19


Episode 14 – Responding to fallibility in science

This week we discuss Professor Dorothy Bishop’s “Responding to fallibility in science” https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/2515245918776632

Its been a while since we discussed a paper on the podcast. We really got into this discussion, and only got as far as “How should we deal with our own errors?”. A whole two pages into the paper. We will revisit this paper soon to discuss responding to other’s errors and distinguishing between the research and the researcher.

How do you think we should respond to our own errors? let us know!

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Episode 13 – Fighting The Impostor (syndrome)

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Episode: Episode 13 – Fighting The Impostor (syndrome)
Episode pub date: 2019-01-22


Episode 13 – Fighting the impostor (syndrome)

Hello 2019! Amy, Sophia, and Sam discuss impostor syndrome. While Sam was concerned this would leave him wanting to hide under the desk and cry-eat chocolate for the rest of the day, it turned into an unexpectedly uplifting talk.

Get in touch with your experiences; what helps? what makes it worse? how can we help each other?

Just a few links:
We should all feel a bit more like impostors – Julia Rohrer – http://www.the100.ci/2018/08/02/we-should-all-feel-a-bit-more-like-impostors/
Sam’s old, early blog post on what impostor syndrome feels like https://samdparsons.blogspot.com/2017/10/students-questions-4-what-is-imposter.html

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Episode 6 – Open Science

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Episode: Episode 6 – Open Science
Episode pub date: 2018-08-21


This week we talked about “Open Science: What, Why, and How” from Spellman, Gilbert, and Corker. You can find the paper on OSF https://osf.io/gv6r4/

0:14 Sophia is leaving Oxford 🙁 (But the Podcast will continue)
0:48 This week’s focus: Open Science What Why and How; few in the JC read it but the discussion was awesome https://osf.io/gv6r4/
2:15 Shoutout to Matt Jaquiery @MJaquiery
2:40 Broad Meaning of Open Science — what do we mean; potentially misleading to include things beyond Open?
5:10 The Centre for Science that’s Actually Science
6:05 Focussing on Open Data as “open signalling”
7:30 What even is Open Data? Criteria for Open Data; How it can go wrong
10:25 Open vs Usable Data
11:10 FAIR Guidelines — Findable Accessible Open Source Interoperable Reusable
12:20 (Advantages of) Open Code
15:30 Why is Open Science just Science Done Right?
16:00 Answer Sam: Open Code — Show Your Working
17:00 Answer Amy: Work cumulatively in order to avoid waste of taxpayers’ money
18:20 Answer Sophia: being open about subjectivities; slightly tautological argument of Open Science just is Science
21:10 Better system for citing code!
23:20 Not sharing data? Is it selfish?
27:30 BREAK
29:00 Shoutout to Remi Gau; Amy will be singing for you
29:40 Amy and Sophia compete for supremacy in the Table 2 challenge – what are the problems and solutions at each stage of the research process?
31:10 Challenging Two Psychologists Four Beers to the Crossover Event 5 Psychologists 50 Shots
32:00 Competition Begins: 1. Research Planning
34:35 AMY IS THE QUEEN
35:00 Competition part 2. Data Collection and Methods Reporting
36:30 Sam has a picture of James Heathers next to his bed (aka. Amy and Sophia try to make Sam look like a creep)
37:45 Competition part 3. Data Analysis and Reporting
38:54 https://jasp-stats.org
39:25 Competition part 4. Publication Process
41:30 Open Peer Review — Do you have any good or bad experiences of this?
42:40 Competition part 5. Storing and Archiving
44:10 Why do we give publishers the chance to adapt to openness, when we should just get rid of them?
49:55 Amy wins 14-10, but is also the kindest
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