We have some great ideas but none of us can draw. We need your help with designs and art for any or all of these projects: 1. “Gone Fishing” T-shirt A person is standing in a boat, fishing. The lake is full, not of fish but of little numbers: “.14″, “.31″, “.08″, etc etc. And […]
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#NetworkScience As we are increasingly confronted with actors operating outside “normal” state-centric networks, studying a period when states paradoxically consisted of non-state networks can be very enlightening. I have mentioned the study of medieval England in a previous post. My third historical … Continue reading →
In a recent lecture I talked about the replication crisis in psychology. After the lecture my students asked: “We learn so much stuff in our lectures, and now you tell us that a considerable proportion of these ‘facts’ probably are just false positives? Then, what can we believe at all?”. A short discussion soon led […]