Hands-Free Texting Is No Safer to Use While Driving: Scientific American
Hands-free apps attempt to make it safer for drivers to send text messages. They fail
Bayesian and Frequentist Approaches: Ask the Right Question | StatsBlogs...
(This article was originally published at Win-Vector Blog » Statistics, and syndicated at StatsBlogs.) It occurred to us recently that we do
Dilbert comic strip for 04/24/2013 from the official Dilbert comic strip...
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The Invisible Gorilla: And Other Ways Our Intuitions Deceive Us
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Why grad schools should require students to blog | Literally Psyched, Sc...
Approximately one month ago, I fell into a rabbit hole – the rabbit hole better known as Writing My Dissertation. I’d been working toward th
Mirror images: You don't perceive the reflection, just the object : Cogn...
Take another look at this picture of the Rokeby Venus from last week's post on mirrors in art: Now, imagine you're actually in the room with
The Brain: A Body Fit for a Freaky-Big Brain | Mind & Brain...
Human biology reorganized itself to cope with the punishing burden of our oversize thinking parts. That shift completely reshaped who we are
Protect yourself during the replicability crisis of science
Scientists of all sorts increasingly recognize the existence of systemic problems in science, and that as a consequence of these problems we
Reflections on a foray into post-publication peer review
Recently I posted a comment on a PLOS ONE article for the first time. As someone who had a decent chunk of his career before post-publicatio
How Much BAM for the Buck, and Other Thoughts on the Brain Activity Map ...
Today's New York Times reports that the Obama administration is considering a massive, partly government-funded project to map the human bra