Our paper filled with successful replications of cognitive findings is out. https://t.co/eFmpmr0GWN
Are you a grad student interested in non-academic jobs or applied research?
NSF has a new program, INTERN, that allows any grad student funded by an NSF (including the advisor's NSF) to apply for a 1 year internship with a Fed agency, including the USGS.
I have a copy because of @AndrewRAConway‘s stats class in grad school. It’s been invaluable. (Thanks, Andy!)
My favorite stats books. Abelson (1995) argues that 5 criteria make statistical arguments persuasive: Magnitude / Articulation/ Generality / Interestingness / Credibility. The book anticipates most of the problems raised by the replication crisis and is superbly written.
Bloody hell. Have you seen this graphic from @nature. 18/603 Nobel scientific laureates are women. I knew it was bad, but that's ridiculous.
Recent #Philosophy, visualized - impressive data analysis/visualization project [https://t.co/P7d3ZCCQv0] - I'd like to see one of these for #Psychology. #dataviz
The review paper @JilanaBoston and I wrote on practical means of protecting kids from gender stereotypes about #STEM is finally out! #WomeninSTEM #STEMeducation https://t.co/RMcnd7zr3g https://t.co/0okcJI9EG4
Deep learning is having a rough year. Here’s the Fail of the Week. Can you see a person in this image? A TV? Neither can I. From https://t.co/nft3ljqp3j.
When you use a 10 layer Deep Neural Network where Logistic Regression would suffice
You know how sometimes you can't decide if you want to study episodic memory, motivation, or decision-making in grad school. You don't have to decide, study them all at the same time. The Adaptive Memory Lab (PI: Murty) at Temple is accepting graduate students this year.
New pre-print w/ @zachshorne: People believe that fundamental moral propositions (e.g., "killing for fun is morally wrong") are less mutable than logical propositions (e.g., "2 + 2 = 4") and physical propositions (e.g., "fire requires oxygen to burn"). https://t.co/Dom3IirKsT