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6 Comments on “New Home”

  1. Haley Chapman

    Michael,
    I’ve been a devoted listener for years & love your program. I’m sure that doesn’t mean much since your show has gotten so popular & you get this all the time but your show is brilliant & special to me. It’s literally the only podcast I’ve ever listened to more than 2 episodes of– & I’ve listened to them all, some of them multiple times!
    Anyway, I wanted to know if you might ever do an episode about eating disorders. I’m a current residential patient at McCallum Place in St. Louis & think it might be an interesting topic. Obviously I’m biased because it’s relevant to me, but I think other listeners may benefit from it, too. I know that’s a vague thing to say: “do an episode on EDs”, but maybe something like the mental changes that happen to a person with an eating disorder (mood irregularities, how different a personality can radically change, weak central coherence & the rumination that occurs in a person suffering from an ED) or I’m not sure… you could probably come up with ideas of things to talk about :)

    I’m not sure if you would care to do that at all & it’s understandable if you don’t; it’s a scary topic, but an interesting one, psychologically speaking (in my opinion).

    Thanks for your show. & if you took the time to read all of this I appreciate it.

  2. Nuria Ferrés

    Dear Michel,
    I am beginning a PhD and I need to develop several experiments for children. In general, experiments will have to show two images in the screen for some milliseconds (about 800ms) and then give the option to choose one of the two images by keyboard (or mouse) depending on a question. The reaction time is very important to be recorded. All the data has to be recorded in xls or csv for my posterior analysis.
    I would like not have to program if it is possible. Could you please give me any advice on which platform or web or software may I use to do these kinf of experiments? Could be for example ZebraZapps or something better or easier or whatever… ?
    Thank you so much, I really appreciate your advice,
    Nuria

  3. Michael

    Sounds like an interesting experiment. Well, I recently found out about a new site that let’s you conduct experiments. It’s called Testable. It looks like it might work for your needs. Check it out. I’ve been thinking about talking about it in an upcoming episode. If you use it let me know how it goes.

  4. Nuria Ferrés

    Thank you so much Michael,
    I will read very carefully the information in http://www.testable.org and if I decide to use it for my experiments I will let you know how it goes.
    I’m very grateful for your information.
    Nuria

  5. Michael

    Glad to hear it. I was thinking of contacting the developer of Testable and see if he would do a demo for the show. I’ll see if I can make that happen. It’s hard to find good (affordable) online research software.

  6. Jeanna

    Very interesting program Michael… it really gave me a lot to think about… Looking forward to some more episodes.

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