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 that she co-authrored
- Boyd and Richerson's "Culture and the Evolutionary Process" book
- Episode 91 with Kristin Sainani that discussed magnitude based inference
- Christie Aschwanden on Magnitude Based Inference
- The Misinformation age, co-authored by Cailin
- Cailin's paper on the retraction of scientific papers
- With Scite, you can be alterted whether a given paper has been retracted
- Where should you start if you're interested in the philosophy of science?
- Science as social knowledge, by Helen Longino
- Cailin's on Twitter and you should also check out her website
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