For this list, Scott scoured his (extensive) Favorites category in his Podcast app. Check out the list he came up with awhile back.
From the LaunchPad
Welcome to The Launchpad, SoundRocket’s blog, where we share our insights and musings on the science of doing science (well), #soundscience.
Social Science Podcast Review: The Measure of Everyday Life
You may have seen my recent post about my favorite social science related podcasts. In it I asked readers to tell me about their favorites. One reader, David Roe, pointed me towards one that I had not yet found…
My Favorite Social Science Podcasts
Has anyone else driven the long way to work just to catch a few minutes more of a really good podcast? I know, I could just sit in my car in the parking lot and finish it there, but that just feels weird.
Just a few years ago, I had not heard of podcasts…
Peer Review as a Necessary but Unscientific Process – Can we just do some iterative science already?
Peer review is wonderful in theory. Scientists reviewing other scientists’ work to evaluate whether the science was applied thoroughly, implemented well, and interpreted effectively can be a wonderful way to allow the best science through. But the Reproducibility Project clearly demonstrated that something is broken – when over a quarter of the published studies reviewed could not be replicated.
It is not a surprise to most. Humans are involved. We make mistakes…