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**Full show notes** Dan and James discuss a recent paper on intranasal oxytocin and spirituality Some of the topics discussed: - A summary of a recent paper on oxytocin and spirituality - Why within-subject designs are a better choice for oxytocin research - The physiology of nasal administration - How do you control for differences in nasal environment - Hypothesis-driven vs. exploratory research - Oxytocin pathway gene - ANCOVA and Lord's paradox (yep, it's called that) - Dan applauding the authors for posting ALL their data online - James disagrees with Dan on approaches to pre-registering studies - James promises never to chew during a recording (sorry!) - Producing research vs. actually reading other people's research - Our first citation (sort of) - How the replication crisis is the fact that we're not doing any - Heart rate variability in oysters (and other animals) Links - The paper - Dan's blog post on intranasal oxytocin administration considerations - Dan's paper on the promise and pitfalls of intranasal administration - The data from the paper - Our first (blog post) citation - Can we replicate the replication crisis? Facebook page Twitter account
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