A colleague and I are creating a Discord server to discuss psychology and all things related (Technology, community, academia, culture, etc…) We’re hoping to use it with our students, and our colleagues and friends. If you’d like to join in, head over to https://go.jonwestfall.com/psychout and jump in. Right now just a few channels in there …
Battling Pickle Podcast Season 2 Show Notes
The BP Podcast will be back in the very near future for Season 2. This page will be updated with show notes as needed! If you’re not already subscribed, do so here! Topics this season will revolve around Abnormal Psychology & Educational Psychology! My plan is to post short 5-10 minute episodes most week days!
BP 14: On Testing
In this week’s podcast I talk about testing at the college level, my philosophy of testing, and the debate between multiple choice and short answer.
BP 13: On Productivity
In this week’s episode I talk about productivity – namely some of my best tips from the recent article I wrote on JonWestfall.com!
BP 12: History of Psychology Thoughts
Today’s Podcast is a bit on the history of psychology, with a shoutout to Today in the History of Psychology, Rene Descartes, and John Locke!
BP 11: Frequencies, Distributions, and the Middle
In this week’s podcast, I talk about Frequency Distributions, the shape of data, and the middle.
BP 10: Statistics!
On this week’s Battling Pickle Podcast, I talk about statistics – what they are, why correlation does not imply causation, and a bit on measurement scales. I mention Tyler Vigen’s great Spurious Correlations webpage as well!
BP 9: On Resubmit and Late Work
I discuss the relative merits of resubmission and late work. Here are also a few interesting additional resources: 1 & 2
BP 8: My Reactions to the Major Project
Remember when I talked about the Major Project in Battling Pickle Podcast 4? Well, the projects are in and I have my overall reactions to them!
Battling Pickle Podcast #7: RTI vs. MTSS
This week I cover the difference between RTI and MTSS with the help of this great blog piece. I also talk about how responses to my Midterm Survey in Psychology of Learning changed my mind about a change I was planning on making to the class!