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  1. Apr 2019
    1. β = -.035(median 3partial 휂2 = .001, median n = 62,297, median standard error = .004, see Figure 1)


      R Jupyter Notebook with code for this analysis: https://rnotebook.io/anon/fa877c0366dc965d/notebooks/DRAFT%20OF%20CONCEPT.ipynb

      Or R Jupyter Notebook with Binder: https://github.com/matthewfeickert/R-in-Jupyter-with-Binder

    2. NHST

      Null Hypothesis Significance Testing (NHST)

    3. screen use
    4. grounded in SCA
    5. ng SpecificationCurve
    6. garden of forking
    7. Andrew K. Przybylski
    8. Supplementary Table 1
    9. Supplementary Table 3
    10. dolescent well-being

      Amy discussing measures of adolescent well-being:


    11. Specification Curve Analysis(SCA)27
    12. Millennium Cohort Study

      Millenium Cohort Study Variable Guide:


    13. Amy Orben
    1. : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tH7bVlGNjWU
    2. citizen scientists named the arc“Steve”
    3. methods and best practices applicable to this approach
    4. solar maximum
    5. formal citizen science projectAurorasaurus
    6. conjugate andcoincident fly-through by a low-altitude spacecraft, such as Swarm, wasneeded to determine the in situ nature of STEVE
    7. significantly equatorward of the auroral ovalduring enhanced activity
    8. aurora
    9. Elizabeth A. MacDonald
    10. itizen science project Aurorasaurus
  2. Sep 2018
    1. making poor decisions

      Yes, reduce poor decisions -- but that isn't the same as guaranteeing good decisions.

      We must still realize that we probably can't incorporate all of the perspectives, so some will get left out.

    2. ach discipline’s perspective

      Do we have to view through each discipline? Or is it better for us (as interdisciplinary researchers) to question, listen, interpret, and communicate what the experts in each discipline see when they view it through their lens. Me looking through the lens of a biologist isn't of much good, but I can ask questions and listen, and then try to give interpretations.

    3. adequacy, not mastery

      This is key -- especially as the complexity of the problems is realized.

    4. they provide only partial understandings of the subject under study.

      Though, getting a "complete" understanding is next to impossible with many of the complex challenges we want to investigate. Even interdisciplinary will remain partial since it can't possibly go as deep into the all of the specifics for each sub-discipline.

    5. past experiences

      Influential professors, courses, readings? Parents?

    6. Internally, everything people experience and learn is “colored” by their epistemic position

      Can we really change our position, or do we just become more aware of the positions of others?

    7. phenomenon

      What are current examples of research "elephants"? AI? Poverty?

    8. partial understandings

      "partial understanding" seems key to this. It is not that any perspective embodies all the necessary dimensions, but that each is missing something. For instance, the sociologist will be missing somethings that the lawyer might pick up.

    9. conflict-ing insights

      Hopefully we can come up with some examples to discuss in class.

    10. gender distinctions

      This is an odd statement, esp. since the author gives no context for it.

    11. mere opinion or personal preference

      Which may lead us to discount the knowledge generated in other fields. Or even to downgrade the knowledge of our fields.

    12. epistemic

      Related to the word Epistemology: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epistemology

    13. epistemic

      The book below on "epistemic cultures" in science actually led to this reading being considered, so I should mention it here: https://www.amazon.com/Epistemic-Cultures-Sciences-Make-Knowledge/dp/0674258940 It is not a great book, but a great concept. We will discuss it in class in a few weeks.

  3. Nov 2016
    1. Benchmark

      If you are benchmarking others then you are always playing a game of catch-up. Remember, those that you are benchmarking are not sitting still -- they are innovating and move forward. So even when you catch up to where they are today, they are still several steps ahead of you. Not that benchmarking is always bad, you just have to balance it with innovations of your own.

  4. Oct 2016
    1. eorge Panagiotou suggests an i

      It did work. Do you now see this?