Julia and Jonathan dive into the topic of writing, including when in a project we tend to write, some common challenges, and approaches that have worked for them (and which may, or may not, work for you). Some handy tricks involve phrases like “reverse outlining”, “word vomit”, and “parenthetical REF”. Jonathan has the most boring game ever to help him write. Challenge for the week: Find a paper that inspires you to write well, and share it with someone.
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- Jonathan Peelle on Twitter: "A large number of students in my class this semester were born in 2000. Which is the year I started my PhD. ... ... "I've been doing this longer than you've been alive!" only masks the pain of old age for so long. https://t.co/SqdgXRbgBF" / Twitter
- Preregistration - Wikipedia
- Registered Reports
- Reverse Outlines: A Writer’s Technique for Examining Organization – The Writing Center – UW–Madison
- The Now Habit: A Strategic Program for Overcoming Procrastination and Enjoying Guilt-Free Play: Neil Fiore: 9780874775044: Amazon.com: Books
- Amazon.com: The Elements of Style, Fourth Edition (7447521286972): William Strunk Jr., E. B. White, Test Editor, Roger Angell: Books
- Composition. Strunk, William, Jr. 1918. Elements of Style — "Omit needless words."