Bob and I have been off-air for a while, but we haven’t gone away. I’ve been meaning for ages to blog about a wonderful book. Here it is: Sowey, E., & Petocz, P. (2017). A panorama of statistics: Perspectives, puzzles…
Our lab's latest contribution to understanding the mysteries of forgetting, now officially published in Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. Congrats to the many talented students who contributed to this! https://t.co/rNTJz0BuSH
Special issue of Cognitive Development featuring peer-reviewed replication attempts of infant and toddler false belief work (and commentary from original authors) is now complete and online! https://t.co/qtJV4AjEfP
Discussing the RRR of their 10 Commandments study, Amiz Mazar & Ariely list things that could weaken the effect in the RRR. Fine. But then also list things that could strengthen (tighter control) and make case why these aren't balanced out. https://t.co/XQG2bMOrfn
Just finished @Lone_Frank's the Pleasure Shock. It's a gripping history of deep brain stimulation & Robert Heath. It's a stranger than fiction story that jangles every philosophical/scientific/ethical nerve. Not just for neuro nerds; it will change how you think of the self.
A great survey of the state of undergraduate statistics education: https://t.co/RQu2M3CbDB . We need more research and resources to better align ugrad course work with good statistical practice and critical thinking.
New issue of JUNE (Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education) -- special issue with proceedings of the 2017 Workshop, including articles on inclusive pedagogy, lab activities, curricular blueprints for neuroscience majors, and more. https://t.co/zjNBVzcTUe