What matters more in getting cited — what you say or how you say it? In this remastered and remixed version of our first episode of the show, we’re revisited by Ryan Kelly from the University of Washington’s School of Marine and Environmental Affairs. He talks with us about his article “Narrative Style Influences Citation Frequency fin Climate Change Science,” published in the December 2016 edition of the open-access journal PLoS One, along with co-authors Annie Hillier and Terrie Klinger.
Owen, now seven years old, with a different starfish.
Websites and other resources
- Article Highlights, Summary, Quick findings & Flashcards via Scholarcy
- “Do I make myself clear? Media training for scientists” (Science Magazine)
- “Studies written in a more narrative style get more citations” (PsyPost)
- Annie Hillier’s Master’s thesis
- Book that inspired the study: Influence: the Psychology of Persuasion by Robert Cialdini
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Doug Leigh & Ryan Watkins
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