Release date: November 13th, 2016
There's a growing anxiety about the quality of scientific research, as a depressingly large fraction of articles fail to replicate. Could "openness" solve that problem? This episode features Brian Nosek, a professor of psychology and founder of the Center for Open Science. He and Julia discuss what openness means, some clever approaches to boosting openness, and whether openness could have any downsides (for example, in the cases of peer review or data sharing).
Brian's Pick: "Consequences of Prejudice Against the Null Hypothesis" by Tony Greenwald
Podcast edited by Brent Silk