Circle of Willis (episode with Sinime Vazire)

Welcome to Episode 8, where I talk to SIMINE VAZIRE, Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of California at Davis, about the stability of personality, our ability to know ourselves, and some of the nuances within the prescriptive advice …

Detecting fraud in social science

He's been called a "Data vigilante." In this episode, Prof. Uri Simonsohn describes how he detects fraudulent work in psychology and economics -- what clues tip him off? How big of a problem is fraud relative to other issues like P-hacking? And what …

Everything Hertz

A podcast about open science and psychology

Neuroscientist Explains

Daniel Glaser apprehensively revisits an article of his that saw some fallout due to a study he cited. But that study was not the only one involved in what is now being called a crisis for psychology and further afield

Open science: many hands make light work

Open science has been highlighted as one of the priorities of the Dutch presidency of the European Union in 2016. Matthew Dovey discusses the motivations behind the open science movement and why initiatives to support it are more important than ever. …

P-Hacking and Other Problems in Psychology Research

What's wrong with the social sciences? In this episode, Massimo and Julia are joined by Professor Daniel Lakens from the Eindhoven University of Technology, who studies psychology and blogs about research methods and open science. The three discuss …


Serving mugs of Reproducibili☕️: Blends include transparency, openness and robustness + a spoonful of science.

Science and Pseudoscience BBC Radio Talk

A podcast about science and pseudoscience

Stereotype threat

A podcast about stereotype threat and replication

The Bayes Factor

In this episode JP and Alex interview Zoltan Dienes. They discuss Zoltan's passion for the martial arts, why Bayesian inference could be more Popperian than you might think, and the easiest way to start using Bayesian statistics in practice.