Playlist: Interviews with Interesting People

S3E20: The Rise of Machine Learning in the Social Sciences with Doug Steinley

Patrick and Greg discuss the rise of machine learning in the social sciences with guest Doug Steinley who is a professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Missouri at Columbia and is the current editor of the APA journal Psychological Methods. Along the way they also discuss funeral expenses, Swedish massage, Amy …

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S3E19: Social Network Analysis: Making Connections with Tracy Sweet

In this week’s episode Greg and Patrick have a wonderfully engaging conversation with social network analysis expert Tracy Sweet who is an Associate Professor in the Department of Human Development and Quantitative Methodology at the University of Maryland. Tracy patiently helps us understand what social network analysis is, and how it can be used to …

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S3E12: The History of Measurement: A Conversation with Derek Briggs

Patrick and Greg have an in-depth conversation with Derek Briggs, from the University of Colorado, about his new book exploring the fascinating and at times uncomfortable history of measurement and the people who helped develop methods we still use today. Along the way they also mention: outsourcing parenting, where do babies come from, hearing colors, …

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S3E05: Pop Quiz 3: Ethan’s Revenge

What starts as a friendly check-in with our intern Ethan McCormick in the Netherlands turns into Ethan’s Pop Quiz Revenge around the themes of statistical paradoxes and distributions. Along the way, Greg and Patrick also discuss headlamps, airport carousels, prostrate vs. prostate, operatic ambulances, ungulates, how X-mas got its X, Cobra Kai, bromeo, metric time, …

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S2E34: The Mentorlorian

In the final episode of Season 2, Greg and Patrick enlist the help of colleagues in a conversation about the joys and challenges of being a good mentor. Along the way they also discuss Cinco de Cuatro, Fozzie Bear, trash compactors and rubber snakes, pitchers at Linda’s, giant jugs of wine, meeting the dog, someone …

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S2E29: Multilevel Models — The Often Unnecessary Green Monster

Patrick and Greg fulfill a legal obligation to interview the unnecessarily ubiquitous Dr. Dan McNeish of Arizona State University about why you probably don’t need to use multilevel modeling even when you have multilevel data. Along the way they also mention MacNair, safety schools, the Green Monster, driving a Corvette across the country, Compensation Club, …

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S2E28: McNeish v. Quantitude — Training Quantitative Methodologists

Pursuant to court order, Greg and Patrick find themselves legally compelled to discuss key aspects of training quantitative methodologists, including knowledge acquisition, knowledge application, and knowledge generation. Along the way, they also mention: Nuckles, too many Dans, onomatopoeia, The One, the number of the day, a big tylenol, bluesheets, Mr. Miyagi, Lunch n Learn, reviewing …

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