60 pippa.io Physiology and Behavior http://dsquintana.com en Dan Quintana science, psychology, psychiatry, research Dan Quintana With Dan Quintana no Dan Quintana info+5b33637a7b9cf5a0177f18b5@mg.pippa.io episodic https://assets.pippa.io/shows/5b33637a7b9cf5a0177f18b5/1531915490998-fafca19bfd0d7c6f179e0b0403be84f6.jpeg http://dsquintana.com Physiology and Behavior Remedies for three common issues in meta-analysis | Audio paper Remedies for three common issues in meta-analysis | Audio paper Wed, 09 Jan 2019 21:22:13 GMT 12:44 5c36656c3a893992223ca825 no https://shows.pippa.io/dsquintana/remedies-for-three-common-issues-in-meta-analysis-audio-pape full This an audio paper on remedies for three common issues in meta-analysis: lack of pre-registration, misinterpretation of funnel plots, and effect size dependencies.


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This an audio paper on remedies for three common issues in meta-analysis: lack of pre-registration, misinterpretation of funnel plots, and effect size dependencies.


Read the paper preprint here


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An overview of heart rate variability and its functional significance An overview of heart rate variability and its functional significance Thu, 13 Dec 2018 19:26:17 GMT 52:23 5c12b259648f62bb54621157 no https://shows.pippa.io/dsquintana/an-overview-of-heart-rate-variability-and-its-functional-sig full Here's a talk I recently gave at Leiden University on December 12th 2018. I provide an overview of HRV and its role in mental illness, which is generally characterised by reduced HRV. I will also cover how reduced HRV has important functional significance for social behaviours and psychological flexibility in response to stressors. Easy access to measuring HRV is both one of its strengths and weaknesses, so I also discuss its responsible application in biobehavioral research. 


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Here's a talk I recently gave at Leiden University on December 12th 2018. I provide an overview of HRV and its role in mental illness, which is generally characterised by reduced HRV. I will also cover how reduced HRV has important functional significance for social behaviours and psychological flexibility in response to stressors. Easy access to measuring HRV is both one of its strengths and weaknesses, so I also discuss its responsible application in biobehavioral research. 


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Here's the slidedeck I used

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<![CDATA[Finding mistakes in your meta-analysis | Q&A episode]]> Mon, 26 Nov 2018 19:24:40 GMT 24:16 5bfc48783a3f786c1308f02d no http://dsquintana.com full I had a chat with Belinda Poole, a graduate student from the University of Sydney (my alma mater!), about her first meta-analysis. We discuss the publication of meta-analysis protocols, how to best find mistakes in your data extraction, and using the JAMOVI software package as a stepping stone to R for meta-analysis. 


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Tutorial paper on meta-analysis

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Statcheck

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I had a chat with Belinda Poole, a graduate student from the University of Sydney (my alma mater!), about her first meta-analysis. We discuss the publication of meta-analysis protocols, how to best find mistakes in your data extraction, and using the JAMOVI software package as a stepping stone to R for meta-analysis. 


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Tutorial paper on meta-analysis

P uniform

Statcheck

R meta-analysis mailing list

JAMOVI

Twitter

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Video episodes on YouTube

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Bayesian alternatives for null hypothesis significance tests | Audio paper Bayesian alternatives for null hypothesis significance tests | Audio paper Mon, 12 Nov 2018 07:48:25 GMT 28:56 5be92ff5ad88eff45184b89e no https://shows.pippa.io/dsquintana/bayesian-alternatives-for-null-hypothesis-significance-tests full In this episode, I share an audio version of a recent paper on Bayesian alternatives for null hypothesis significance tests. Read the open access paper here.


Full reference to the paper: Quintana, D.S. & Williams, D.R. Bayesian alternatives for common null- hypothesis significance tests in psychiatry: a non-technical guide using JASP BMC Psychiatry (2018) 18: 178. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12888-018-1761-4


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In this episode, I share an audio version of a recent paper on Bayesian alternatives for null hypothesis significance tests. Read the open access paper here.


Full reference to the paper: Quintana, D.S. & Williams, D.R. Bayesian alternatives for common null- hypothesis significance tests in psychiatry: a non-technical guide using JASP BMC Psychiatry (2018) 18: 178. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12888-018-1761-4


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<![CDATA[Performing your first meta-analysis | Q&A episode]]> Sat, 10 Nov 2018 06:52:19 GMT 27:04 5be67e7c4825b3a42ebe1540 no https://shows.pippa.io/dsquintana/performing-your-first-meta-analysis-qa-episode full I recently had a chat with Thea, a PhD student from New York University, about her first meta-analysis. We discuss the value of learning meta-analysis, the difference between publication bias and small study bias, leave-one-out analyses, using the R meta-analysis mailing list for solving problems, comparing correlations, and the benefits of Twitter when you're learning a new skill.


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Comparing correlations

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I recently had a chat with Thea, a PhD student from New York University, about her first meta-analysis. We discuss the value of learning meta-analysis, the difference between publication bias and small study bias, leave-one-out analyses, using the R meta-analysis mailing list for solving problems, comparing correlations, and the benefits of Twitter when you're learning a new skill.


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Tutorial paper on meta-analysis

TOSTER R package

R meta-analysis mailing list

Comparing correlations

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Evidence for intranasal oxytocin delivery to the brain | Audio paper episode Evidence for intranasal oxytocin delivery to the brain | Audio paper episode Wed, 17 Oct 2018 19:01:32 GMT 24:19 5bc784400bb007fd0f305a9d no https://shows.pippa.io/dsquintana/evidence-for-intranasal-oxytocin-delivery-to-the-brain-audio full In this episode, I share an audio version of a recent paper on evidence for intranasal oxytocin delivery to the brain. Read the open access paper here.


Full reference to the paper: Quintana, D. S., Smerud, K. T., Andreassen, O. A., & Djupesland, P. G. (2018). Evidence for intranasal oxytocin delivery to the brain: recent advances and future perspectives. Therapeutic Delivery9(7), 515-525.


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In this episode, I share an audio version of a recent paper on evidence for intranasal oxytocin delivery to the brain. Read the open access paper here.


Full reference to the paper: Quintana, D. S., Smerud, K. T., Andreassen, O. A., & Djupesland, P. G. (2018). Evidence for intranasal oxytocin delivery to the brain: recent advances and future perspectives. Therapeutic Delivery9(7), 515-525.


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<![CDATA[Literature reviews | Q&A episode]]> Wed, 05 Sep 2018 19:05:35 GMT 8:29 5b9029009d348cfc0e021ac6 no https://shows.pippa.io/dsquintana/literature-reviews-qa-episode full In this Q&A episode, I answer a question from the #PhDchat hashtag on twitter about how many paper you should read while writing up your lit review.


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In this Q&A episode, I answer a question from the #PhDchat hashtag on twitter about how many paper you should read while writing up your lit review.


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How oxytocin influences your attention to internal cues | Interview with Sophie Betka How oxytocin influences your attention to internal cues | Interview with Sophie Betka Thu, 23 Aug 2018 13:23:47 GMT 4:09 5b7eb56336bf3f4166bc8c02 no https://shows.pippa.io/dsquintana/how-oxytocin-influences-your-attention-to-internal-cues-inte full I chat with Sophie Betka (Brighton and Sussex Medical School, UK) about her new study on how oxytocin influences attention to internal cues in social drinkers.


You can watch the video version of this interview on Instagram TV or YouTube.


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I chat with Sophie Betka (Brighton and Sussex Medical School, UK) about her new study on how oxytocin influences attention to internal cues in social drinkers.


You can watch the video version of this interview on Instagram TV or YouTube.


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How oxytocin influences your attention to social cues | Interview with Clarissa Zwarg and Anne Rimpel How oxytocin influences your attention to social cues | Interview with Clarissa Zwarg and Anne Rimpel Thu, 16 Aug 2018 10:45:20 GMT 3:53 5b753e7eef8cc5f9283869e7 no https://shows.pippa.io/dsquintana/oxytocin-and-brain-activity-interview-with-clarissa-zwarg-an full I chat with Anne Rimpel & Clarissa Zwarg (LMU Munich, Germany) about their new study on how oxytocin promotes attention to social cues.


You can watch the video version of this interview on Instagram TV or YouTube.


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I chat with Anne Rimpel & Clarissa Zwarg (LMU Munich, Germany) about their new study on how oxytocin promotes attention to social cues.


You can watch the video version of this interview on Instagram TV or YouTube.


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Dan on YouTube

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<![CDATA[A quick and dirty heuristic to identify good meta-analyses | Q&A episode]]> Wed, 08 Aug 2018 11:53:22 GMT 3:47 5b6ad9b27ca0de616cec46f5 no https://shows.pippa.io/dsquintana/a-quick-and-dirty-heuristic-to-identify-good-meta-analyses-q full I answer a listener question from Joey on how to identify good meta-analyses when reading the literature.



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I answer a listener question from Joey on how to identify good meta-analyses when reading the literature.



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Twitter, manuscript revisions, and work/life balance | A chat with Stu Murray Twitter, manuscript revisions, and work/life balance | A chat with Stu Murray Fri, 03 Aug 2018 04:15:09 GMT 22:34 5b628ebe5a6ff04d62cd3b52 no https://shows.pippa.io/dsquintana/twitter-manuscript-revisions-and-worklife-balance-a-chat-wit full I recently had a great chat with Stu Murray, who is an Assistant Professor at University of California, San Francisco. We cover a few topics including how to get the most out of Twitter as an academic, his strategy for revising manuscripts, and work/life balance.


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"Show your Work" book

Human brain colouring book

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I recently had a great chat with Stu Murray, who is an Assistant Professor at University of California, San Francisco. We cover a few topics including how to get the most out of Twitter as an academic, his strategy for revising manuscripts, and work/life balance.


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Stu on Twitter

Dan on Twitter

"Show your Work" book

Human brain colouring book

Dan on Facebook

Dan on Instagram

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Oxytocin and brain activity | Interview with Sally Grace Oxytocin and brain activity | Interview with Sally Grace Wed, 01 Aug 2018 04:33:27 GMT 4:44 5b6135b9c11112822d974dca no https://shows.pippa.io/dsquintana/oxytocin-and-brain-activity-interview-with-sally-grace full I chat with Sally Grace (Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia) about her new meta-analysis of fMRI intranasal oxytocin studies.


If you're on Instagram, you can watch the video version of this interview.


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I chat with Sally Grace (Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia) about her new meta-analysis of fMRI intranasal oxytocin studies.


If you're on Instagram, you can watch the video version of this interview.


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Sally's paper

Sally on Twitter

Dan on Twitter

Dan on Instagram

Dan on YouTube

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<![CDATA[Convincing your mentors to use preprints | Q&A episode]]> Wed, 25 Jul 2018 05:08:15 GMT 10:16 5b4f96442491891b4193c8f5 no https://shows.pippa.io/dsquintana/convincing-your-mentors-to-use-preprints full In this Q&A episode, I answer a question from the #PhDchat hashtag on twitter about how to best convince mentors and co-authors to adopt preprints. I also share a personal preprint experience from last year that convinced me to preprint ALL my work.


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In this Q&A episode, I answer a question from the #PhDchat hashtag on twitter about how to best convince mentors and co-authors to adopt preprints. I also share a personal preprint experience from last year that convinced me to preprint ALL my work.


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Preprint FAQ


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Vasopressin and fatherhood | Interview with Marian Bakermans-Kranenburg Vasopressin and fatherhood | Interview with Marian Bakermans-Kranenburg Mon, 23 Jul 2018 06:15:03 GMT 3:10 5b488d9fb5c7f0046d122bd4 no https://shows.pippa.io/dsquintana/vasopressin-and-fatherhood full I spoke with Marian Bakermans-Kranenburg about her recent study on the impact of vasopressin on the processing of infant cries in expectant fathers.



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I spoke with Marian Bakermans-Kranenburg about her recent study on the impact of vasopressin on the processing of infant cries in expectant fathers.



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A conversation on intranasal oxytocin with Josh Woolley A conversation on intranasal oxytocin with Josh Woolley Fri, 20 Jul 2018 04:21:37 GMT 41:42 5b473745ca676948752022aa no https://shows.pippa.io/dsquintana/a-conversation-on-intranasal-oxytocin-with-josh-woolley full I really enjoyed this chat with Josh Woolley (University of California, San Francisco) on intranasal oxytocin in psychiatry research. We talked about some of the major issues that the field of needs to address as well as some of the challenges of doing work in this area.


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I really enjoyed this chat with Josh Woolley (University of California, San Francisco) on intranasal oxytocin in psychiatry research. We talked about some of the major issues that the field of needs to address as well as some of the challenges of doing work in this area.


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Josh's lab on twitter

Dan on twitter

Dan on Instagram

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Kisspeptin and emotional brain processing | Interview with Matt Wall Kisspeptin and emotional brain processing | Interview with Matt Wall Wed, 18 Jul 2018 13:15:24 GMT 3:00 5b45d448a0758472765f987e no https://shows.pippa.io/dsquintana/kisspeptin-and-emotional-brain-processing full I speak with Matt Wall (Imperial College, London) about a new paper he co-authored on the role of kisspeptin in emotional brain processing. We chat about the results of the study and the origins of this peptide hormone.


If you're on Instagram, you can watch the video version of this interview here: https://www.instagram.com/tv/BlX8bsCFhT1/




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Kisspeptin paper: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5272173/

Matt Wall on Twitter: https://twitter.com/m_wall

Dan on Twitter: https://twitter.com/dsquintana

Dan on Instagram: https://instagram.com/dsquintana

Dan on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/c/DanielQuintana_research

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I speak with Matt Wall (Imperial College, London) about a new paper he co-authored on the role of kisspeptin in emotional brain processing. We chat about the results of the study and the origins of this peptide hormone.


If you're on Instagram, you can watch the video version of this interview here: https://www.instagram.com/tv/BlX8bsCFhT1/




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Kisspeptin paper: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5272173/

Matt Wall on Twitter: https://twitter.com/m_wall

Dan on Twitter: https://twitter.com/dsquintana

Dan on Instagram: https://instagram.com/dsquintana

Dan on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/c/DanielQuintana_research

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Introduction Introduction Sun, 15 Jul 2018 20:03:08 GMT 2:30 5b33d291cc2074f94c0f1692 no https://shows.pippa.io/dsquintana/show-introduction full I introduce my new show and the two reasons why I started it.


In this show you'll find a mix of episodes on research that's catching my eye in psychiatry and psychology, interviews with other scientists, and me sharing my daily research process.


Links and show notes

Dan's research

Dan on Twitter

Dan on Instagram

YouTube channel

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I introduce my new show and the two reasons why I started it.


In this show you'll find a mix of episodes on research that's catching my eye in psychiatry and psychology, interviews with other scientists, and me sharing my daily research process.


Links and show notes

Dan's research

Dan on Twitter

Dan on Instagram

YouTube channel

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