Time Relationship, Aerosol Injections, Psych Participants
Today you’ll learn about how the pandemic has shifted our relationship with time, what a stratospheric aerosol injection entails, and the effects of a certain group of people who are more likely than others to volunteer for psychological research.
Find episode transcripts here: https://curiosity-daily-4e53644e.simplecast.com/episodes/time-relationship-aerosol-injections-psych-participants
- “Our Relationship With Time Is Changing—Maybe for the Better” by Lily Rothman
- “The Blursday database as a resource to study subjective temporalities during COVID-19” by Maximilien Chaumon et al.
- “15+ AVERAGE COMMUTE TIME STATISTICS : HOW LONG IS THE AVERAGE AMERICAN COMMUTE?” By Jack Flynn
- “HOW IS TIME MEASURED IN AMAZONIAN INDIGENOUS SOCIETIES?” by Gaia Amazonas
- “A Controversial Technology Is Creating an Unprecedented Rift Among Climate Scientists” by Alejando de la Garza
- “One Atmosphere: An Independent Expert Review on Solar Radiation Modification Research and Deployment” by United Nations Environment Programme
- “Give research into solar geoengineering a chance” by Nature Editorial
- “What is Stratospheric Aerosol Injection?” by Geoengineering Global
- “People with personality disorders are more likely to sign up for psychology studies - here’s why that’s a problem.” by Nigel Holt. 2023.
- “Self-selection biases in psychological studies: Personality and affective disorders are prevalent among participants.” by Izabela Kazmierczak, et al. 2023.
- “Is there a reproducibility crisis in science?” Matt Anticole, TEDEd. 2017.
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