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Dan Quintana
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A podcast by scientists, for scientists. Methodology, scientific life, and bad language. Co-hosted by Dr. Dan Quintana (University of Oslo) and Dr. James Heathers (Northeastern University)
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 160 ratings
Great discussions, great subjects
I’ve found those two guys on Twitter (mostly Dan), and I find their talks about science and science-related subjects not only inspiring but also entertaining. If you do science, you should listen to this podcast.
MichelW86 via Apple Podcasts · Poland · 04/10/20
Unintelligent and uninformed!
Funny and timely podcast meta-science, methods, and best practices.
andrew.m.demetriou via Apple Podcasts · Netherlands · 12/10/19
Beautifully nerdy
This podcast is basically every conversation I have had with my science colleagues, or have unsuccessfully tried to have with my non-science peers, expanded and more funny. Highly relevant and interesting ideas for scientists in every career stage.
nutsci via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 12/02/19
Recent Episodes
Dan and James chat with Cailin O'Connor (University of California, Irvine) about the how false beliefs spread in science and remedies for this issue Here's what they cover: Why should psychologist scientists learn about the philosophy of science? Cailin's new preprint on error propogation...
Published 11/16/20
Dan and James discuss how rules of thumbs in science, such as those often applied to sample sizes and effect sizes, lead to mindless research evaluation. More info and links: Is there any justifcation for holding back the public posting of data becuase you're not done with your analyses We...
Published 11/02/20
Dan and James answer audio listener questions on the worst review comments they've received (and how the responded), their thoughts on the current state of preprints, and how institutional prestige influences researcher evaluations. Other points and links: Send in your audio question at our...
Published 10/19/20
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