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Are internal replications the solution to the replication crisis in Psychology? No.

Are internal replications the solution to the replication crisis in Psychology? No. | Researcher | Scoop.it
Most Psychology findings are not replicable. What can be done? Stanford psychologist Michael Frank has an idea : Cumulative study sets with internal replication. 'If I had to advocate for a single ...
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Replicating research studies at different settings (externally) is more helpful in providing quality evidence than repeating studies within the same research group. 

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Handy advice when having a fear to write or writer’s block: if you can’t write: write! — PhD blog * great content in Dunglish for PhD's

Handy advice when having a fear to write or writer’s block: if you can’t write: write! — PhD blog * great content in Dunglish for PhD's | Researcher | Scoop.it
Almost every PhD student is now and then faced by anxiety over his thesis. Will everything be OK? Will I be able to do it? I will never succeed in wri
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5 year mortality predictors in 498 103 UK Biobank participants: a prospective population-based study - The Lancet

5 year mortality predictors in 498 103 UK Biobank participants: a prospective population-based study - The Lancet | Researcher | Scoop.it
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Consultation Analysis. Information about Consultation Analysis | Patient.co.uk

Consultation Analysis. Information about Consultation Analysis | Patient.co.uk | Researcher | Scoop.it
Consultation Analysis has become a routine part of teaching and learning. Find out more about Consultation Analysis
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GitHub for Academics: the open-source way to host, create and curate knowledge

GitHub for Academics: the open-source way to host, create and curate knowledge | Researcher | Scoop.it
Though originally developed as a way to share and merge software code, any types of files can be part of a GitHub repository, making it a great collaborative tool for academics, finds Kris Shaffer....
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Frail and vulnerable older people appear to have the most pain

Frail and vulnerable older people appear to have the most pain | Researcher | Scoop.it
Dr Martin Johnson and Professor Pat Schofield (left) explore the prevalence of pain in older people and summarise the best evidence for a variety of approaches
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Partners Too: How to make a public awareness campaign about miscarriage | The Research Companion

Partners Too: How to make a public awareness campaign about miscarriage | The Research Companion | Researcher | Scoop.it
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Links ‹ The ICECReam

Links ‹ The ICECReam | Researcher | Scoop.it
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International Collaboration Of Early Career Researchers - with some interesting links  
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Social Expenditure Database (SOCX) - OECD

Social Expenditure Database (SOCX) - OECD | Researcher | Scoop.it
Data and research on social and welfare issues including families and children, gender equality, GINI coefficient, well-being, poverty reduction, human capital and inequality., SOCX presents information on trends and composition of social expenditure across the OECD from 1980 to 2011 and estimates for 2012-2014 as well as estimates of net total social spending.
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How to write 1000 words a day

How to write 1000 words a day | Researcher | Scoop.it
Once I had to write 60,000 words in 3 months. This is how I did it. It's not pretty, but it worked.
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One In a Million: A study about Primary Care Consultations School of Social and Community Medicine Projects

One In a Million: A study about Primary Care Consultations School of Social and Community Medicine Projects | Researcher | Scoop.it
University of Bristol - group - One In a Million: A study about Primary Care Consultations - The One In a Million Project aims to create a shared resource of recorded primary care encounters plus linked data for re-use. The process of gaining ethical approval and informed consent, collecting, documenting and archiving data for sharing will be piloted via a mixed methods study of patient adherence to medical and/or non-medical treatment advice following a visit to their primary care providers.
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Journal Articles and Chapters Jeffrey D. Robinson and John Heritage

Journal Articles and Chapters Jeffrey D. Robinson and John Heritage | Researcher | Scoop.it
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Resource for downloading conversation analysis articles

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Behavior Pharm and Comm: Patient Decision Making: Responses to Illness and Treatment

Behavior Pharm and Comm: Patient Decision Making: Responses to Illness and Treatment | Researcher | Scoop.it
25 terms · Patients selectively attend to → certain symptoms, Many report some symptoms to their doctor, but → omit others

They usually r..., Patient's initial response to symptoms is to → Form a mental picture of t
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Spotlight on patient centred care | The BMJ

Spotlight on patient centred care | The BMJ | Researcher | Scoop.it
    The BMJ Spotlight: Patient Centred Care   This spotlight series of articles on patient centred care explores how doctors and patients can work collaboratively to improve the way healthcare is designed and delivered so that it better meets the needs and priorities of patients.
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Team of Rivals: Does Science Need "Adversarial Collaboration"? - Neuroskeptic

adversarial collaboration psychology neuroskeptic
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Scientists Finally Catch On to Social Media

Scientists Finally Catch On to Social Media | Researcher | Scoop.it
A survey explores why large academic social networks have taken off to a degree that no one expected a few years ago
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Finding the right references, part 1

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By Gordon Rugg The best questions are often short. In a comment on a recent article here, Mosaic of Minds asked which authors I’d recommend for further reading about Likert scales. It’s a fair, sen...
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PhD blog — PhD blog * great content in Dunglish for PhD's

PhD blog  — PhD blog * great content in Dunglish for PhD's | Researcher | Scoop.it
There is something magic about September, I feel.  It is a bit like January 1st, but in this case, it’s about the start of the new academic year. T
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