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Chris Chambers

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Latest 18 Mar 2023 | Updated Daily

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Episode 6 - Chasing Pars with Chris Chambers

Web 3 Putts

This episode we have a very special guest.  Chris Chambers all the way from Australia!  Chris is the lead on a Cardano golf NFT project: Chasing Pars.  We dive into the project with Chris, discuss Cardano vs Ethereum NFTs, and even get his thoughts on LIV.  Spoiler alert, Greg Norman can do no wrong according to the folks down under.....Chasing Pars Info:https://www.chasingpars.io/Twitter - @chasingpars & @ckjchambersInstagram - @chasingparsTwitter - @Web3PuttsInstagram - @Web3PuttsTikTok - @Web3PuttsEmail - Web3Putts@gmail.comSponsored by Spartan Insurance https://www.spartaninsure.com/

1hr 13mins

8 Sep 2022

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Are scientific journals just parasites? (with Chris Chambers)

Clearer Thinking with Spencer Greenberg

How is outcome bias especially relevant to science publishing? What are some possible solutions for overcoming outcome bias? In what ways are the publishing and peer review processes flawed? Why do many (or maybe most) scientists perform peer reviews for free? What value do publishers add to the scientific process, especially given that the internet democratizes distribution? How do (and should) scientific journals differ from newspapers? What kinds of changes must academic systems implement in order to improve in parallel with the proposed improvements for journals? How likely is it that a random preregistered study will replicate? Why can't we come to a consensus about some fraught topics like ego depletion?Chris Chambers is a professor of cognitive neuroscience at Cardiff University. His primary research focuses on the psychology and neurobiology of executive functions and higher cognition. He is also interested in the relationship between science and the media, ways the academic community can better contribute to evidence-based public policy, and methods for improving the reliability and transparency of science. You can reach Chris via email at chambersc1@cardiff.ac.uk, follow him on Twitter at @chrisdc77, or learn more at his website.

1hr 19mins

7 Aug 2022

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Not So Trash Reviews - Essay #5 - Zodiac and The Auteur (feat. Chris Chambers)

The Trash Tapes | The Bad Movie Podcast

On the latest episode of the 'Not So Trash Reviews', Johann is joined by Actor and YouTuber Chris Chambers to rediscover one of David Fincher's best films, the 2007 thriller 'Zodiac'. We explore the acting performances of Robert Downey Jr, Mark Ruffalo and Jake Gyllenhall, examining what they bring to the table with their unique approaches, as well as going under the magnifying glass and David Fincher's directing style and ask the questions... is he an auteur filmmaker and was this the film that finally cemented it? Let us see if we can solve this mystery together.If you want to know more of Chris Chambers, check out their YouTube page (https://www.youtube.com/c/OrganicActing/) or follow him on social media (@organic.acting on Instagram and Organic Acting on Facebook)Original Music by Karl Casey @ White Bat Audio - ' 'Hackers' and 'Arcadia'Original score for Zodiac by David ShireWant to support the show? Click here to donate - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/thetrashtapesWant to support Enigmatic? Click here to donate - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/harveyretroFor more information on future projects and episodes, check out our:@Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/studioenigmatic/)@Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/enigmaticproductions/)@Twitter (https://twitter.com/enigmatic_uk)or explore our website at https://www.enigmaticproductions.co.uk/the-trash-tapesSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/thetrashtapes. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

1hr 15mins

25 May 2022

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Chris Chambers 🛹Altar SkateShop🛹 The UNSPOKEN Reality of the British Skateboarding Industry

Benevolent Business

I sat down with one of my best mates to talk about the journey of growing a business in Skateboarding,    Running a shop through the pandemic,    Overcoming the set backs of Brexit and    Keeping motivated in a time when we see more businesses throughout the High Street going bust   Truth, honesty, advice and overcoming those challenges as a business, a person mentally and emotionally.    Thanks for Watching :)


29 Mar 2022

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Season 4 Episode 12 - Dybbuk Box: The Story of Chris Chambers

What The Suck?! Podcast

After seeing videos of dybbuk box openings trending on Youtube, Texas resident Chris Chambers orders a dybbuk box from the dark web and opens it live on video. The results are near fatal and his condition grows progressively worse. The film is actually marketed as a documentary. The story is based on the viral challenge of opening Dybbuk boxes for views on YouTube.Watch it herehttps://tubitv.com/movies/566153/dybbuk-box-the-story-of-chris-chambers?start=true


18 Mar 2022

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53. Chris Chambers: Registered Reports, scheduled peer-review, and science without journals

BJKS Podcast

Chris Chambers is professor at Cardiff University where he is Head of Brain Stimulation. He is also one of the pioneers behind Registered Reports, a type of article where researchers receive peer review and in-principle acceptance before the results are known. In this conversation, we focus on Registered Reports and talk about how Chris got Registered Reports started at Cortex, how the review process differs between Registered Reports and regular papers, whether they are suited for scientists on short-term contracts, and what the future holds for Registered Reports and scientific publishing in general. BJKS Podcast is a podcast about neuroscience, psychology, and anything vaguely related, hosted by Benjamin James Kuper-Smith. In 2022, episodes will appear irregularly, roughly twice per month. You can find the podcast on all podcasting platforms (e.g., Spotify, Apple/Google Podcasts, etc.). Timestamps 01:51: What are Registered Reports?07:24: How Chris got Registered Reports started16:33: Reviewing Registered Reports and regular papers25:23: Evaluating whether Registered Reports work28:52: Are Registered Reports feasible on short-term contracts / scheduled reviews38:50: Peer Community In Registered Reports / authors can choose which journal to publish their Registered Report in50:25: Do we even need journals?54:18: Does Chris ever get tired talking about Registered Reports? Podcast linksWebsite: https://geni.us/bjks-podTwitter: https://geni.us/bjks-pod-twtChris's linksWebsite: https://geni.us/chambers-webGoogle Scholar:  https://geni.us/chambers-scholarTwitter:  https://geni.us/chambers-twtBen's linksWebsite: https://geni.us/bjks-webGoogle Scholar: https://geni.us/bjks-scholarTwitter:  https://geni.us/bjks-twtReferenceshttp://neurochambers.blogspot.com/2012/10/changing-culture-of-scientific.htmlChambers, C. (2019). The seven deadly sins of psychology. Princeton University Press.Chambers, C. D. (2013). Registered reports: A new publishing initiative at Cortex. Cortex, 49(3), 609-610.Chambers, C. D., & Tzavella, L. (2021). The past, present and future of Registered Reports. Nature human behaviour, 1-14.https://www.cos.io/initiatives/registered-reportsHardwicke, T. E., & Ioannidis, J. (2018). Mapping the universe of registered reports. Nature Human Behaviour, 2(11), 793-796.https://rr.peercommunityin.org/https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grigori_Perelman#Geometrization_and_Poincar%C3%A9_conjecturesSoderberg, C. K., Errington, T. M., Schiavone, S. R., Bottesini, J., Thorn, F. S., Vazire, S., ... & Nosek, B. A. (2021). Initial evidence of research quality of registered reports compared with the standard publishing model. Nature Human Behaviour, 5(8), 990-997.


16 Mar 2022

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10-11-2021 - Chris Chambers Interview with Larry Blustein

South Florida High School Sports Radio


11 Oct 2021

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Bringing People & Communities into Commercial Real Estate with Zameer Upadhya & Chris Chambers

WealthStyle Podcast

When Platinum Premier Global Equity looks to invest, it looks for ways it can help improve its local communities. In this episode, Platinum Premier’s Zameer Upadhya and  Chris Chambers join Iván Watanabe to share how the company is working to help people across the United States (and the world) invest in commercial real estate.  They … Continue reading Bringing People & Communities into Commercial Real Estate with Zameer Upadhya & Chris Chambers →


21 Jun 2021

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Vintage Classic – 10 – The Dadisode (Fatherhood w/ Brent Maguire, Kaajuk Kablalik, Gregory Aarons & Chris Chambers)

Teach Me Tiger

Originally aired July 12, 2018.Holy Moly, it’s the Fab Four (Feminist Fathers.) Episode 10 boasts the hunkiest Dad panel in all the land: Greg Aarons, Chris Chambers, Kaajuk Kablalik and Brent Maguire. Ever lucky! These progressive pappies sit with us to talk about impending fatherhood, filthy earholes, invisible housewives, coffee romance and BBQ bromance. Swooooon!!!Find Chris at www.ottawaaquariums.ca or www.twitter.com/chris_rchambers, Kaajuk at www.kaajuk.ca, and Brent at www.heritagebikesandrentals.comSarah can be found at www.instagram.com/justthetiphandpoketattoos and Melody at www.melodystarkweather.ca

1hr 56mins

8 Apr 2021

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Episode 171: Magazine Launches with Conan Tobias, Taddle Creek and Poet Chris Chambers

AudioMag - Magazines Canada

With in-person magazine launches impossible during COVID-19 restrictions, magazines have had to innovate in order to bring their readers and contributors together, and so virtual launches have become more common. In this episode of AudioMag, Kiley Pole, Magazines Canada’s Manager of Member Services and Benefits, speaks with Conan Tobias, Publisher of Taddle Creek, about planning and executing virtual launches and Chris Chambers, poet and Magazines Canada’s Retail Accounts Manager, about his experiences reading at different live and virtual events. Hear what it’s like to plan a virtual magazine launch during a pandemic, how it’s different from in-person events and how magazines can integrate learnings from virtual launches into in-person events for the future. Be sure to follow Taddle Creek @taddlecreek on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook to keep up to date with their activities and hear all about their new issues; and check out their YouTube channel for recordings of contributors’ readings and more. You can follow Magazines Canada @magscanada on Twitter and Instagram, and on LinkedIn as Magazines Canada for more magazine news and resources. AudioMag is a Magazines Canada podcast produced by Messenger Bag Media. We recognize the funding of the Department of Canadian Heritage through the Canada Periodical Fund. Have an interesting magazine topic you’d like to hear about? Email us at info@magazinescanada.ca.


10 Mar 2021