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Regan Gurung
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Three good reads:
1. Randy Olson (2009) Don't be such a scientist: Talking substance in an age of style.
2. Chris Mooney and Sheril Kirshenbaum (2009) Unscientific America: How scientific literacy threatens our future.
3. Helen Sword (2012). Stylish academic writing.
For a psychology graduate class I'm teaching this fall (on speaking/writing for general audiences), I'm trying to create a list of good resources on writing, speaking, and blogging about science. I'm hoping that you can help...
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    Psychology
  • University of California, Los Angeles
    Psychology
  • University of Washington
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