Edith Invernizzi

Edith Invernizzi is a PhD candidate studying collective behaviour at the University of St Andrews, among the mysts and the silky green hills of Scotland. She is interested in supporting activities that help the personal and professional development of early-career researchers and in creating a dialogue with senior academics and research institutions on the issues faced in the academic research life, by both ECRs and non-ECRs.
How Research Works

The Publishing Black Box: What happens after you click Submit?

Every one of us researchers has, as some point in their career, to go through the process of submitting a paper and all those who have submitted – and even those who as yet have not – know some detail of what happens behind the curtains. But who really knows the whole process? Here we try to get into the details of what happens from submission to the final response.

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Infinite Things to Learn

Edith Invernizzi provides an overview of Fogarty, Wakano, Feldman & Aoki, 2016, “The Driving Forces of Cultural Complexity”.

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