Applying to a job in academia is tricky, especially if you are an early career imposter. To help add to the perpetual state of confusion and despair you are already in, here is an overview of mutually exclusive tips ‘n tricks! What should I put on my CV? This one is easy: you should put … Read more
Note: This is a slightly modified version of my post at JEPS (the Journal of European Psychology Students) With a reliable internet connection comes access to the enormous World Wide Web. Being so large, we rely on tools like Google to search and filter all this information. Additional filters can be found in sites like Wikipedia, … Read more
Almost all data is hierarchical. Only multilevel design properly account for this. Don’t generalize to what you didn’t sample from.
Don’t take my word for it, but being a scientist is about being a skeptic. About not being satisfied with easy answers to hard problems. About not believing something merely because it seems plausible… .. nor about reading a scientific study and believing its conclusions because, again, it seems plausible. “In some of my darker … Read more