Science Bubbles – University of Copenhagen

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Here is a package for a 101 Course on Science Bubbles

  1. Read “Scientific research can be prone to bubbles too – neuroscience risks being the next one”, Vincent F. Hendricks, The Conversation, 05.11.2014
  2. Read “Science Bubbles”, David Budtz Pedersen and Vincent F. Hendricks, Philosophy & Technology, Springer, 18.11.2013
  3. Read the Impact Blog post “Investment in Science lead to bubble behavior”, David Budtz Pedersen, blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences, 01.10.2014

Following bullet items 1-3 gives a pretty idea of what we’re doing at The Center for Information and Bubble Studies @ The University of Copenhagen

Additional reading:

Read Infostorms, Why do we “like?” Explaining individual behavior on the social net, 2nd Revised and Extended Edition, Vincent F. Hendricks and Pelle G. Hansen, Springer Nature, Spring 2016 (English)

Read Spræng Boblen - Sådan bevarer du fornuften i en ufornuftig verden, Vincent F. Hendricks Gyldendal, spring 2016 (Danish)

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