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  • Improving your PowerPoint presentations

    Slides from a workshop on improving your PowerPoint presentations at the Norwegian Centre for Mental Disorders Research (17.11.17)

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  • Oxytocin gene expression in the human brain (SANS 2019)

    Slides and references from my presentation at the Social and Affective Neuroscience Society Annual meeting (May 2-4)

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  • Open access - NFIF annual meeting

    An audio recording and slidedeck used for a presentation at the Norwegian PhD School of Pharmacy (NFIF) annual meeting (May 27, 2009, Asker, Norway)

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  • Radboud Uni June 2019 - Oxytocin gene expression and dose

    A lecture delivered in a symposium on how oxytocin affects human behavior at Radboud University on June 4, 2019

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  • Psychology and the brain conference (Psychologie und Gehirn), Dresden, Germany, June 2019

    Presentation slides from this conference

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  • Using open science practices to get fast feedback on your research

    A keynote lecture presented at the "Doing Good" symposium at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany on Nove...

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  • Oxytocin's modulatory effects on social cognition - Copenhagen (Nov 2019)

    A lecture given at the University of Copenhagen Department of Psychology colloquium. See Wiki for the lecture's abstract

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  • Heart rate variability - RITMO (Oslo, December 2019)

    Heart rate variability: physiology, methodology and experimental possibilities

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  • How to use Bayes factors and equivalence tests to better understand non-significant p-values

    I walk through why it’s important to have these kind of tests in your statistical toolkit and how to perform Bayesian and equivalence test versions of...

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  • Using social media and podcasts to boost your academic career - March 2020

    I talked that I livestreamed on Twitter on March 12, 2020

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  • From the lab to the living room: Adjusting to a new way of working

    A talk I gave via zoom seminar discussing how scientists can best adjust to working from home. This project contains a video of the talk and the slide...

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  • Home office tips and tricks

    A presentation delivered to the Swedish National Junior Faculty on May 20, 2020.

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  • Using Twitter for Science: Why and how

    This is a talk that I've given at various seminars on social media.

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  • Improving the credibility of meta-analysis

    Several scientific fields are experiencing a reproducibility crisis, in which hypothesis-driven studies are failing to replicate. Poor reproducibility...

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  • Synthetic data - RIOT science club (July 2020)

    Open research data provide considerable scientific, societal, and economic benefits. However, disclosure risks can sometimes limit the sharing of open...

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  • Improving your data visualizations

    A talk I delivered on September 3, 2020

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  • Conflict dynamics workshop

    A talk given at the conflict dynamics workshop on September 29, 2020 https://www.uni-mannheim.de/conflict-dynamics/workshop-2020/

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  • Transparent meta-analysis - (in)credible research conference

    This workshop will equip participants with tools to conduct a transparent and reproducible meta-analysis. These tools include pre-registration, transp...

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  • Five things about open and reproducible science that every early career researcher should know

    A presentation delivered to the NORMENT early career researcher on November 28, 2020. A seperate file which contains a figure illustrating how reprodu...

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  • Power analysis: Why, how and when?

    This talk gives you the low-down on power analyses for research. I discuss what they are, why they're an integral part of study planning, and how to p...

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  • Twitter for academics: Practical tips for writing threads

    The slidedeck associated with a talk on creating twitter threads

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  • Testing and adjusting for publication bias in meta-analysis

    A screencast on how to test and adjust for publication bias using JASP and R

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  • Rethinking oxytocin's role in cognition and behaviour

    The neuropeptide oxytocin has garnered considerable interest for its role in social behavior and its potential for the treatment of psychiatric illnes...

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  • Applying open science practices to clinical research

    In this talk delivered to the Open Science Initiative Luebeck, I discuss the benefits of applying open science practices to clinical research, and how...

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  • Calculating the statistical power of studies included in a meta-analysis using the {metameta} R package

    Several methods exist for assessing study quality in meta-analysis, but these are typically discipline specific. One approach used across disciplines ...

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  • Reproducible science, social media, and responding to reviewer comments

    A conversation with Izelle Labuschagne, who is the founder of the Complete Thesis support group, about reproducible science [3:42], social media for a...

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  • Social media for academics - Research Council of Norway Young Research Talents seminar (Nov 2021)

    A talk delivered on 25 November, 2021 at the Research Council of Norway's headquarters

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  • Five things about open science that every researcher should know (Jan 2022)

    In this talk, Il share five things about open science that every researcher should know, including how open science practices can benefit both your ca...

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  • How open science can boost your career (Jan 2022)

    A presentation delivered to the 2022 CCN Open Science workshop at the Department of Psychology, University of Oslo, on 25 January, 2022

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  • Increasing the credibility of meta-analysis (JAN 2022)

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