Courses and interesting lectures
There are myriad courses to be taken, free and paid for, online and in person. Here are my thoughts
Workshop on “The possibilities in Bibliometric Analyses for Researchers”
Bibliometrics is the statistical analysis of written publications, based on content and / or metadata. Although bibliometric methods are often applied to evaluate institutions scholarly impact, it can also be applied differently and offer insights to topics of more...
Advice for novice (and not so novice) teachers
One of my all time favorite MOOCs was taught by Paul Bloom, on the topic of Moral Psychology. He has also written several books, such as "Against Empathy". Via Twitter today, he shared some advice for those who are about to start teaching; as they were shared through...
Organizaton theory – a timeline
It can be useful to get acquainted with how the field has developed, and as such, found this diagram helpful, taken from a presentation by Lars Groth at UiO.
The Science of Everyday Thinking
This MOOC is one of my favorites, may take it again, just to watch the interviews they have with the researchers who have really shaped social psychology in the past decades. The interviews include: Elizabeth Loftus, Richard Nisbett and Daniel Kahneman. Fun lectures...