Zakariah Hall & Sean Hellingman

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S2 Ep4 Soft Balls Galaxy Hopped Ale

In this episode of Academia Lite, Sean, Zak and Adam get into two thought-provoking papers: - An inflated view of the facts? How preferences and predispositions shape conspiracy beliefs about the Deflategate scandal by Carey, J. M., Nyhan, B., Valentino, B., & Liu, M - Lunacy revisited–the myth of the full moon: are football injuries related to the lunar cycle? by Yousfi, N., Rekik, R. N., Eirale, C., Whiteley, R., Farooq, A., Tabben, M., ... & Chamari, K Examining the irregular, the surprising and the downright funny of each paper, there is something for the academic in all of us. Website: academialite.com Twitter: @academialite Facebook: Academia Lite Instagram: academialite Email: Hello@academialite.com Music by Softly Softly - https://open.spotify.com/artist/7x5ZnnlIGAtbRrlj2La2Yl?si=iuNAXt7c * Carey, J. M., Nyhan, B., Valentino, B., & Liu, M. (2016). An inflated view of the facts? How preferences and predispositions shape conspiracy beliefs about the Deflategate scandal. Research & Politics, 3(3), 2053168016668671. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/2053168016668671 * Yousfi, N., Rekik, R. N., Eirale, C., Whiteley, R., Farooq, A., Tabben, M., ... & Chamari, K. (2018). Lunacy revisited–the myth of the full moon: are football injuries related to the lunar cycle?. Chronobiology international, 35(10), 1385-1390. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/07420528.2018.1483943?casa_token=D5vlp0hnOYEAAAAA%3AAMEhPR8yY6h_JXR-_HRr-_252a1JS7j2rEr5BPatGzNcrqsQKzwcYNhoWYRTLx-ytJFlYWC5KArT-R0

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