A conversation with Flavio Azevedo
Flavio Azevedo shares with Jo about his work with the FORRT community, which focuses on open scholarship, diversity, equity, and inclusion. The members in the FORRT community have developed several initiatives, including a glossary of open scholarship terms, lesson plans, and a project on replications and reversals. They also have a team advocating for neurodiversity and its connection to open scholarship. You are welcome to join FORRT and engage in any of their projects.
Flavio Azevedo is a political psychologist, Fulbright fellow, and postdoc at Cambridge's Social Decision-Making Lab. His research focuses on ideology, how to measure it, and its role in political behavior and in justifying social and economic injustices. At Cambridge, Flavio focuses on uncovering the ideological basis of anti-scientific attitudes and conspiratorial thinking. Flavio co-founded and directs FORRT—A Framework for Open and Reproducible Research Training—an award-winning interdisciplinary community of 350+ early-career scholars aiming to integrate open scholarship principles into higher education and to advance research transparency, reproducibility, rigor, and ethics through pedagogical reform. Flavio was recently named as one of the 100 most influential early career Portuguese via the “Global Shapers” initiative by the World Economic Forum.
ORCID iD: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9000-8513
Which researcher – dead or alive – do you find inspiring? Carl Sagan
What is your favorite animal and why? All animals. Because they are all awesome. But two (and possibly a third) cat owns me and my partner. We also had our cat kidnapped, so that's a topic too :)
Name your (current) favorite song and interpret/group. Heart of Glass by Blondie (but sang by Miley Cyrrus)
What is your favorite dish/meal? The rice my partner makes... and sushi, lots of sushi.
Elsherif, M. M., Middleton, S. L., Phan, J. M., Azevedo, F., Iley, B. J., Grose-Hodge, M., … Dokovova, M. (2022, June 20). Bridging Neurodiversity and Open Scholarship: How Shared Values Can Guide Best Practices for Research Integrity, Social Justice, and Principled Education. https://doi.org/10.31222/osf.io/k7a9p