Dan and James answer listener questions on academic conferences, getting abreast of the literature, and conflicts of interest.
Here are more details of what's on this episode:
- How question times during conference seminars are useless
- Choosing which conferences to attend as a PhD student
- Feedback from our Registered Reports episode with Chris Chambers (Episode 56)
- People that have binged our entire back catalogue
- The amount of reading do you need to do to keep track of the field you work in
- PhD students need time to make time to read the literature
- People sending out half-arsed work hoping that peer-review will “fix it”
- Guest authorship
- When you’re a native English speaker and get asked to have your manuscript proofed by a native English speaker
- Is it a conflict of interest to a review a paper with that includes someone you’ve co-authored with in the past on a different topic?
- The Frontiers journal model
- Reviewing papers so that authors are actually grateful for your criticism
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