Science is a way of thinking
much more than it is a body of knowledge.
This video summarizes what the media has reported about chocolate cravings and the findings described by the scientific community.
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This video shows two students discovering the proactical uses for bioinformatics — a rapidly growing field that mixes biology with computer science and technology in the analysis of big data.
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This video introduces the Demystifying Medicine health sciences course
(HTH SCI 4DM3) at McMaster University that focuses on using knowledge translation of medical topics.
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This video explores how experimental research is conducted to better understand human disease, focusing on rodent models to study human disease.
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This video raises awareness for the importance of feedback — in the style of slam poetry!
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This video examines a great video on the Demystifying Medicine channel called "Five Misconceptions About Nutrition". It breaks down the techniques used to make the video and explains what makes it effective.
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This video provides ideas about how to create a captivating and educational video. It also presents a critical evaluation of videos availalble on the Demystifying Medicine channel.
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This video discusses where the theory of learning styles originated and why it continues to be popular among educators and students despite the lack of support for it.
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This video defines learning styles theory, talks about some previous research in the field of pedagogy and explains why there is no true basis behind the idea of learning styles.
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TThe public may hear claims, counter-claims, benefits and risks regarding medical interventions such as vaccinations. Some of these may be supported by good science and some not.
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This video provides an overview of the general structure of a scientific paper and what kind of information each section is supposed to present.
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This video examines the "Protege Effect" — where one learns through different aspects of teaching. It discusses knowledge transfer, roles of teachers and learners and history.
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The protege effect posits that teaching someone else a concept enhances the teacher’s understanding of the topic. This video looks at whether or not scientific literature supports the idea.
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Plagiarism is often a topic most people think they know how to stay away from, but the truth may surprise you. Plagiarism doesn't have to be intentional, and you may be doing it without even knowing!
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