The Bayes Factor
By The Human Interaction Laboratory at Tufts University
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The Bayes Factor is a podcast about the people behind Bayesian statistics and other hot methodological issues in psychological research.
||CleanRolf Zwaan and Rich Lucas||In this eighth episode Alex interviews Rolf Zwaan and Rich Lucas during the 2017 SIPS meeting. Rolf Zwaan is professor of Biological and Cognitive Psychology at the Institute of Psychology of Erasmus University Rotterdam. Rich Lucas is professor of Psyc||7/15/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanLiz Page-Gould and Alex Danvers||In this seventh episode Alex interviews Liz Page-Gould and Alex Danvers during the 2017 SIPS meeting. They discuss the value in learning the scripting language R, their perspectives on teaching statistics at the undergraduate and graduate level, and the||7/9/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanMichèle Nuijten and John Sakaluk||In this sixth episode Alex interviews two early career psychological researchers, Michèle Nuijten and John Sakaluk. Michèle is an assistant professor in the department of methodology and statistics at Tilburg University, and John is an assistant profe||3/26/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDon van Ravenzwaaij||In this fifth episode, Alex and JP interview Don van Ravenzwaaij. They discuss Don’s experience teaching undergraduate students about current statistical controversies, the FDA’s “two significant p-values” policy, and JP and Don debate the merit||2/14/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDan Simons and Steve Lindsay||In this fourth episode Alex interviews two prominent journal editors in psychology, Dan Simons and Steve Lindsay. Dan is professor of Psychology at the university of Illinois and chief editor of Advances in Methods and Practices in psychological science||12/23/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanJulia Rohrer and Anne Scheel||In this third episode, Alex interviews two PhD students, Julia Rohrer and Anne Scheel. They discuss their experiences in the science reform movement, how cultural differences can shape reactions to reform efforts, and the controversy surrounding their g||11/22/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEric-Jan Wagenmakers||Episode 2: show notes In this second episode, Alex and JP interview Eric-Jan (E.-J.) Wagenmakers. Among other things, they discuss how E.-J. got into Bayesian statistics, chess addiction, and the P .005 controversy. Visit our website: https://sites||11/13/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanIntroduction||This is The Bayes Factor, a podcast about the people behind Bayesian statistics and other hot methodological issues in psychological research. In this first episode youll hear the two creators of the podcast, Alex Etz and J.-P. de Ruiter, interview and||11/5/2017||Free||View in iTunes|