This is the second blog post about graphic representations of cynical metaphors. The first post on graphical metaphors was about finding best layer-fMRI sequence and can be found here. This one is about how layer-fMRI fits into the landscape of other disciplines.
layer-fMRI and scanner vendors
layer-fMRI and aristocracy
layer-fMRI and electrophysiological neuroscience #1
layer-fMRI and electrophysiological neuroscience #2
layer-fMRI and cognitive neuroscientist doing fast fMRI
layer-fMRI publishing #1: pro wrestling and peer review
layer-fMRI publishing #2: financial investment and high impact factor
layer-fMRI publishing #3: astronomy and low N
layer-fMRI and theoretical physics
layer-fMRI and modern reproducible science
layer-fMRI and statistics #1
layer-fMRI and statistics #2
layer-fMRI in the hierarchy of technology providers
layer-fMRI and philosophy of mind
- I thanks Tyler Morgan, Faruk Gulban, and Sebastian Dresbach for feedback and improvement suggestions of the metaphors.
- The metaphor of the traffic jam is inspired by Michael Breakspear at his Neurosaliance podcast episode.
- The metaphor of the black hole is inspired by experience with of a study with Lonike Faes and Federico de Martino.
- The metaphor about the war map is inspired by reviewer comments of this study.
- The metaphor with the Pizza is literally copy-pasted from this twitter conversation.
- The metaphor of the iterative sub-disciplines is inspired by discussions with Federico de Martino and Faruk Gulban.
- Thanks to countless reviewers for pointing out the limitations of layer-fMRI. This was inspiring for this (therapeutical) blog post.