Warren Raye

Head of Outreach & Partnerships, EMEA & Australasia, Open Research Group, Springer Nature

About Warren Raye

Based in our London office, I am the Head of Outreach & Partnerships for Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Australasia.

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Jul 13, 2018

Excellent points Blake Harvard! Thanks for your post. There is a great book (in my opinion), A Field Guide To Lies And Statistics, by neuroscientist Daniel Levitin that offers guidance on critical thinking and interpreting numbers/statistics reported everywhere. I wouldn't mind it if everybody skimmed through that book at some point in their life.

Note, I have no affiliation to Daniel Levitin.   

Sep 21, 2017

Congrats Annie, BOLD looks to be a fantastic initiative!

Jun 21, 2017
Hi Margie, it took some time and effort but it looks like this is the article Alan is referring to is, "Unpacking the career aspirations of Australian school students: towards an evidence base for university equity initiatives in schools". It also looks like it's an open access article (i.e., not behind a paywall) so you should be able to download directly from the publisher's site: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/07294360.2017.1325847
Mar 19, 2017
Hi Mike, thanks for the multiple posts on this topic. Very interesting indeed! I wanted to double check, the Mareschal et al 2007 citation you refer to, is that the two-volume book by Mareschal and colleagues that I've outlined below? Mareschal, D., Johnson, M. H., Sirois, S., Spratling, M., Thomas, M., & Westermann, G. (2007). Neuroconstuctivism: Vol. 1. How the brain Constructs cognition. Oxford, UK Oxford University Press. Mareschal, D., Sirois, S., Westerman, G., & Johnson, M. H. (Eds.) (2007). Neuroconstructivism: Vol. 2. Perspectives and prospects. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
Mar 13, 2017
Well spotted Alan. Fantastic to see that some of these "leading UK academics" are also editorial board members for npj Science of Learning, the journal affiliated with this Community!
Jan 09, 2017
Thanks for posting this Annie! Here is another link to the conference website for those that might be interested: http://www.educationalneuroscience.org.uk/workshops/neuroscience-in-the-classroom-current-progress-and-future-challenges-friday-17th-march-2017/
Nov 16, 2016
Some great advice Marie! It's probably something that early career researchers don't think about that much, but important for their career progression and experience in general.
Oct 27, 2016
Hey Jason, you can access the article itself here over at the npj Science of Learning journal site: http://www.nature.com/articles/npjscilearn201613 It's open access, which means the content is not behind a paywall. I'm sure John and Greg will have provided many handy resources in the References list that you can also check out.

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