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1 May 2018

Linguistic Artifacts in Creole – Nicole Creanza

Nicole Creanza, from Vanderbilt University, talks with us about her recent research into the colonial migrations of those who contributed to the historical evolution of the creole language, Sranan. For more information, including materials discussed during this episode, visit ParsingScience.org. Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS.

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2 Apr 2018

How Misinformation Spreads Online – Soroush Vosoughi

Soroush Vosoughi from MIT’s Laboratory for Social Machines and and Harvard’s Berkman Klein Center talks with us about his research into how false spreads differently than true news in Twitter. For more information, including materials discussed during this episode, visit ParsingScience.org. Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS.

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20 Mar 2018

Stroke Recovery with Light – Anna-Sophia Wahl

Anna-Sophia Wahl from the Brain Research Institute at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, in Zurich, talks with us about using optogenetics to help restore motor controls after suffering a stroke. For more information, including materials discussed during this episode, visit ParsingScience.org. Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS.

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6 Feb 2018

Creating Deceptive Performance – Niki den Nieuwenboer

Niki den Nieuwenboer from the University of Kansas’ School of Business talks with us about her research on how middle-managers can manipulate organizational  structures to coerce their staff into unethical behaviors to inflate performance. For more information, including materials discussed during this episode, visit ParsingScience.org. Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS.

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12 Dec 2017

Fault Reactivation and Earthquakes – Folarin Kolawole

Folarin Kolawole from the University of Oklahoma talks with us about his research into the reactivation of faults and why this can lead to earthquakes. For more information, including materials discussed during this episode, visit ParsingScience.org. Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS.

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28 Nov 2017

Retaliatory Punishment – Adam Morris

Adam Morris from Harvard University talks about his research into why people engage in retributive punishment with surprising disregard for its efficacy, yet they respond to punishment with behavioral flexibility finely tuned to costs and benefits. For more information, including materials discussed during this episode, visit ParsingScience.org. Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS.

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24 Oct 2017

Open Science and Replications (Part 2 of 2) – Tim Errington & Brian Nosek

Tim Errington and Brian Nosek from the Center for Open Science share insights from replicating a high-profile anti-cancer treatment study.  For more information, including materials discussed during this episode, visit ParsingScience.org. Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS.

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3 Oct 2017

Archaeology of Space Culture – Alice Gorman

Alice Gorman of Flinders University in South Australia tells us about her research that explores archaeological perspectives derived from the artifacts left by humans on the moon. For more information, including materials discussed during this episode, visit ParsingScience.org. Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS.

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5 Sep 2017

Semantic Meaning in Images – Devi Parikh

Devi Parikh of Georgia Tech’s school of interactive computing talks about her research into this question. For more information, including materials discussed during this episode, visit ParsingScience.org. Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS.

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