13 episodes

We (Julia and Jonathan) happen to be academics and also happen to be psychologists studying speech perception. We want to make awesome science, make science awesome, and share what we’ve learned with a broad audience. In The Juice and the Squeeze, we peel apart issues in our careers and beyond (e.g., prioritizing, imposter syndrome, motivation, and more).

The juice and the squeeze Julia Strand and Jonathan Peelle

    • Education

We (Julia and Jonathan) happen to be academics and also happen to be psychologists studying speech perception. We want to make awesome science, make science awesome, and share what we’ve learned with a broad audience. In The Juice and the Squeeze, we peel apart issues in our careers and beyond (e.g., prioritizing, imposter syndrome, motivation, and more).

    Episode 13: You're not an imposter, and it's not a syndrome

    Episode 13: You're not an imposter, and it's not a syndrome

    IMposter or imPOSter? However you pronounce it, Julia and Jonathan take on the topic of imposter syndrome, which as it turns out isn’t really a syndrome. Everyone experiences this to various degrees but gosh it can be hard to talk about. Maybe we can change the world by being more intentional about supporting each other in both our successes and not-knowing-and-it’s-OKings.


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    Gumby - Moon Trip - YouTubeJonathan Peelle on Twitter: "This morning our daughter asked me if I was going to take Gumby to work. I said yes." / TwitterImpostor syndrome - WikipediaThe juice and the squeeze Episode 4: 95 percent lean — All about reframingThere are known knowns - WikipediaA Quick Zillion Dollar Comic | Mockingbird

    • 48 min
    Episode 12: Just get something on paper

    Episode 12: Just get something on paper

    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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    Hai Hai RestaurantFFmpegJonathan 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" / TwitterPreregistration - WikipediaRegistered ReportsReverse Outlines: A Writer’s Technique for Examining Organization – The Writing Center – UW–MadisonThe Now Habit: A Strategic Program for Overcoming Procrastination and Enjoying Guilt-Free Play: Neil Fiore: 9780874775044: Amazon.com: BooksAmazon.com: The Elements of Style, Fourth Edition (7447521286972): William Strunk Jr., E. B. White, Test Editor, Roger Angell: BooksComposition. Strunk, William, Jr. 1918. Elements of Style — "Omit needless words."

    • 46 min
    Episode 11: Academic seasons

    Episode 11: Academic seasons

    F/U related to Julia’s tenure and weaponry, and Jonathan’s sleep deprivation, before moving into discussing seasons of the academic year. How do we use these to help us plan and take advantage of when we have the most energy? Weekly challenge: send someone you know (which might be your future self) a nice note to encourage them. Speaking of mail, keep sending your email.


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    can I carry a swoard to a bar in minnesota - Google SearchSec. 625.16 MN Statutes "Carrying Dangerous Weapons"Champagne Saber Time - YouTubeSuper Mario Bros. - Wikipedia"The bends" - Decompression sickness - Wikipedia

    • 40 min
    Episode 10: Floss the ones you want to keep

    Episode 10: Floss the ones you want to keep

    To bring 2019 to a close Julia and Jonathan offer unsolicited advice on a wide range of topics, including health, finances, and computers. Don’t say we didn’t warn you! Julia gets an important phone call related to her career (insert suspenseful music).


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    Noise-Induced Hearing Loss | NIDCDDifferences in Hearing Acuity among “Normal-Hearing” Young Adults Modulate the Neural Basis for Speech Comprehension | eNeuroBudget « Snowmint Creative Solutions LLC — Budget is based on the tried and true envelope method of budgeting. It’s a much easier way to see where your money is, where it’s needed, and where it went.YNAB. Personal Budgeting Software for Windows, Mac, iOS and AndroidAcornsSeinfeld - God bless you! - YouTube — "You're soooo good looking"You are so good looking - Seinfeld - YouTubeWhat’s wrong with the journal impact factor in 5 graphs | Nature IndexIntroduction to the Terminal - DEV CommunityJeopardy theme song [10 hours] - YouTubeVim (text editor) - WikipediaVim Cheat Sheet‎The juice and the squeeze on Apple Podcasts

    • 42 min
    Episode 9: Please consider it for publication in [Your Fine Journal]

    Episode 9: Please consider it for publication in [Your Fine Journal]

    Jonathan and Julia talk about how we get our research published. What do we think about when picking a journal? When in the process do we pick a journal? What’s the deal with preferred/nonpreferred reviewers? The squeaky wheel gets the grease, but when’s a reasonable time to start squeaking?


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    Why I still won’t review for or publish with Elsevier–and think you shouldn’t either – [citation needed]Collabra: PsychologyCitation Advantage of Open Access ArticlesHARKing: Hypothesizing After the Results are Known - Norbert L. Kerr, 1998What’s wrong with the journal impact factor in 5 graphs | Nature Index

    • 54 min
    Episode 8: Find your own chunk size

    Episode 8: Find your own chunk size

    Winter is here, prompting a discussion of clothing and coziness before getting into the how and the why of organization systems (especially to-do lists and calendar-related things). Breaking things down into meaningfully-sized chunks is good (with a real-world example from manuscript writing). Good calendar hygiene is important.


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    Mince Pies | M&SGetting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity: David Allen, James Fallows: 0884154584063: Amazon.com: BooksGQueues - Manage tasks & to-do lists with your Google AccountOmniFocus for Mac - The Omni GroupBasecamp: Project Management & Team Communication SoftwareIntroducing the Hipster PDA | 43 Folders300 Nonpersonalized 3x5 Cards (Ruled or Grid) - LevengerYouCanBook.mePersonal digital assistant - WikipediaPatent ductus arteriosus - WikipediaCalendly - Scheduling appointments and meetings is super easy with Calendly.

    • 54 min

Customer Reviews

JilliebeanJP ,

Juice and Squeeze

Fun podcast but by down to earth but intelligent folk. The juice is indeed worth the squeeze on this one!

mungerk ,

great podcast

great podcast; wonderful, interesting people! can’t wait to see what they have in store...

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