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Teaching kids how to read is amazingly controversial. Or at least, it was controversial until recently, when we achieved a proper scientific consensus that the best way to teach them is to use systematic phonics. This method has seen big successes he... more
Here’s another brief episode covering the errors we’ve made in our last few episodes, from the very minor to the somewhat more serious. more
I really love podcasts like this but I can’t get through an episode of their smarmy, smug tone. If that’s your jam or you don’t mind - you’ll love this!
The hosts dig deep into a single topic. They do an excellent job at sifting through studies that are not so rigorous, or perhaps flawed in some way(s). When if comes to controversial subjects, they are fair, and stick to what the science says. Love it.
Stuart Ritchie and Tom Chivers are really experienced science journalists - and you can tell from this podcast! They cover everything, from the latest pop psychology headline to new discoveries in physics to "evidence-based" medicine, with the same healthy dose of well-researched skepticism - all while remaining funny, humble and down-to-earth. A delightful listen!
This podcast is like sitting at the dinner table with informed, careful, scientifically literate friends exploring an issue from many angles. With each episode, I learn a little more about the topic at hand or the trappings of science such as p values and sample sizes. But more importantly than the WHAT, I learn HOW to think critically about scientific work. more
One of those shows I wish I had discovered years from now so I’d have a big back catalogue to binge. more
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The Studies Show launched 4 months ago and published 23 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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