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Link love

It’s been a while since I shared what I’ve been reading. Here are a bunch of things that have made me think, or helped me think, in the last few months.   Normalizing the existence of women and the work they do Here is an archive of images of women doing science Here is an [...]

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Ladybusiness Link Love

A new post coming shortly, but in the meantime read these other posts. A rather specific set of links this time, because there has been some pretty good ladybusiness writing in the last month. “Why do women try to get ahead by pulling men down?” On escalators, elevators, and running as hard as you can. [...]

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Link Love: Pedagogy, Higher Ed, Ladies and Neat Stuff

I’ve been reading some good stuff the last few weeks, thought I’d share it here. Pedagogy Cheating to Learn. A great way to engage students is put them in charge of the conditions for their exam. These students “cheated” by working together on an animal behavior final. Math teacher explains math anxiety. Math and science anxiety [...]

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Link love: December 2012

Some interesting, insightful, or amusing things I’ve been reading this week. The DSM-V is out I’m not a psychologist, but the DSM, or Diagnostic Systems Manual, is still important to my research, but as someone who teaches evolutionary medicine, most especially my teaching. I have been teaching the shift from the DSM-IV to DSM-V (excuse [...]

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