Cogs in the machine.
PeerJ co-founder Jason Hoyt speaks with Cardiff University psychology professor Chris Chambers in this ongoing series on "Bad Science."
Introduction 0:05 – The widening division between science and the public
# Part 1: Reproducibility vs Playing the Game (01:25) 1:55 – Selling stories to get into top journals 7:30 – Hitting roadblocks as a young researcher 9:44 – Origins of registered reports 13:44 – Old guard vs registered reports 16:15 – Is Open Science bad for your career? 19:15 – The academic training system needs to be rebuilt / Reproducibility Network 22:50 – Max Weber and Academic Careerism
# Part 2: Science & Politics (31:05) 31:30 – Post-WW2 science funding explosion and unintended consequences 32:45 – Providing research to politicians 34:57 – It’s not our job to hold back knowledge 40:05 – Failure to engage 43:05 – Technocracy vs Democracy 46:59 – Remembering why we do science 52:39 – Closing
# LINKS Chris Chambers on Twitter https://twitter.com/chrisdc77 Chris at Cardiff University https://www.cardiff.ac.uk/people/view/133632-chambers-chris
# REFERENCES The Seven Deadly Sins of Psychology: A Manifesto for Reforming the Culture of Scientific Practice by Chris Chambers https://www.amazon.co…
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