Episode 15 - Responding To The Fallibility Of Others
In this second part-er we revisit Dorothy Bishop's "Fallibility in Science: Responding to Errors in the Work of Oneself and Others". Last episode we discussed responding to one's own errors. We got so wrapped up that we didn't get onto responding to others errors. So, we're back;
How should we respond to other's errors
Oh my god this is complicated and has so many grey areas, including;
- Does career stage matter?
- Does the profile of the work matter?
- should we, and when should we, contact the authors to let them know of errors, and what are the complications with this?
We also dive into the idea of commenting on the research, rather than the researcher and discuss the value of this.
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Music Credit:
Kevin MacLeod - Funkerrific
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