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SLOW SCIENCE: Trends in Cognitive Science by Uta Frith Discussion Group University Event Topic: Lectures & Meetings,Seminars & Workshops,Special EventSchool: All Emory UniversityDepartment / Organization: Center for Mind Brain and CultureMeeting Organizer/Sponsor: Center for Mind, Brain, and CultureSpeaker/Presenter: discussion of paper by Uta FrithEvent Open To: By Invitation OnlyCost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: Leslie GrantContact Email: leslie.s.grant@emory.eduLink: published articles and grant awards would you like to add to your CV this year? The more the better, right? But is life in the fast lane really the best way to do science?In her Trends in Cognitive Science (January 2020, vol. 24, no. 1) article, Uta Frith (University College, London) asserts that Fast Science is bad for scientists and for science. She provides suggestions for ways in which researchers might pursue Slow Science and make faster progress as a result. Slow Science may also lead to a shift in research culture that is more sustainable and healthier for researchers.In this discussion group, participants will examine Dr. Frith’s assertions and discuss thoughts about their validity, feasibility, and possible benefits or disadvantages. The paper will be provided to registrants two weeks in advance. This event is open to Faculty, Postdocs, Graduate Students and CMBC Undergraduate Fellows ONLY. Registration link sent via listserv to Affiliates.To become an Affiliate, send an email to Sep 16 | 12:00 PM - 01:30 PM | via ZOOM Add To Calendar