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BJKS Podcast

Benjamin James Kuper-Smith

A podcast about neuroscience, psychology, and anything vaguely related. Long-form interviews with people whose work I find interesting, and book discussions. New episodes every Friday.
Episodes
56. Mary Elizabeth Sutherland: scientific editing, behavioural sciences at Nature, and how to improve submissionsMay 21, 2022 Episode artwork 55. Angelika Stefan: p-hacking, simulations, and Shiny AppsMay 01, 2022 Episode artwork 54. Jessica Kay Flake: Schmeasurement, making stats engaging, and the Psychological Science AcceleratorApril 07, 2022 Episode artwork 53. Chris Chambers: Registered Reports, scheduled peer-review, and science without journalsMarch 16, 2022 Episode artwork 52. Postdoc fellowship applications (with Toby Wise)March 06, 2022 Episode artwork 51. Hugo Spiers: Taxi Brains, cognitive maps in humans, and working with humans and non-human animalsFebruary 19, 2022 Episode artwork 50th episode special: reviewing one year of the podcast, lessons learnt, and plans for the futureDecember 31, 2021 Episode artwork 49. Book club: Conceptual Spaces by Peter Gärdenfors, chapters 7 & 8, & general discussionDecember 24, 2021 Episode artwork 48. Book club: Conceptual Spaces by Peter Gärdenfors, chapters 5 & 6December 17, 2021 Episode artwork 47. Book club: Conceptual Spaces by Peter Gärdenfors, chapters 3 & 4December 10, 2021 Episode artwork 46. Book club: Conceptual Spaces by Peter Gärdenfors, chapters 1 & 2December 03, 2021 Episode artwork 45. Michael Hornberger: Sea Hero Quest, developing games for science, and Alzheimer's diseaseNovember 26, 2021 Episode artwork 44. Dan Quintana: Synthetic datasets, science communication, and podcastingNovember 19, 2021 Episode artwork 43. Postdoc applications (with Matthias Stangl)November 12, 2021 Episode artwork 42. Matthias Stangl: grid cells in aging, path integration, and neural representations of actual physical movement in humansNovember 05, 2021 Episode artwork 41. Reviewing all books called "Prisoner's Dilemma" Part 2: The Mysterious Benedict Society and the Prisoner's Dilemma (Stewart), and Prisoner's Dilemma (Yardley)October 29, 2021 Episode artwork 40. Reviewing all books called "Prisoner's Dilemma" Part 1: A Prisoner's Dilemma (Karabache) and Prisoner's Dilemma (Feiklowicz)October 22, 2021 Episode artwork 39. Nikolai Axmacher: Reduced grid cells in Alzheimer's risk carriers, landmarks in abstract cognitive space, and clinical translationOctober 15, 2021 Episode artwork 38. Keno Juechems: Where does value (in RL) come from, optimality with finite computational resources, and learning as a PhD studentOctober 08, 2021 Episode artwork 37. Jacob Bellmund: Deformed cognitive maps, abstract cognitive spaces, and how many dimensions can grid cells encode?October 01, 2021 Episode artwork 36. Book club: The Invention of Nature (Humboldt biography) by Andrea Wulf, part 5 & general discussionSeptember 24, 2021 Episode artwork 35. Book club: The Invention of Nature (Humboldt biography) by Andrea Wulf, parts 3 & 4September 17, 2021 Episode artwork 34. Book club: The Invention of Nature (Humboldt biography) by Andrea Wulf, parts 1 & 2September 10, 2021 Episode artwork 33. Bryan Bruns: Applied sociology, 2x2 games, and how to transform tragedy into win-winSeptember 03, 2021 Episode artwork 32. Book discussion: Brave New World by Aldous HuxleyAugust 27, 2021 Episode artwork