Rob Gray

is creating The Perception & Action Podcast
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Just want to help out
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You want to help support the podcast but aren't interested in the bonus materials.  For your support you will receive my eternal gratitude :)
What did he say?
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You will receive access to a google drive folder with transcripts for all episodes that will be updated with each new release. (Note, it will take a few weeks for me to complete the full back catalog).

Gimme all you got!
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You will:

- Receive access to a google drive folder with transcripts for all episodes that will be updated with each new release. 

-Receive access to a folder with a collection of other materials including power point slides (from my presentations and teaching) and some supplementary video materials (e.g., lectures and presentations). 

-Receive access to a podcast feed that will allow you to listen to older episodes (no longer currently available in the main feed) using any podcast app.

-Receive access to a bonus monthly podcast episode in which I discuss new research on skill acquisition



About Rob Gray

Hi! I'm Rob Gray, Associate Professor of Human Systems Engineering at Arizona State University. I started the Perception & Action Podcast in May 2015 with the primary goal of helping to bridge the gap between science and practice in sports and other high performance domains. It has totally exceeded my expectations and I am having a blast doing it!  From the feedback I have received it seems to be a valuable resource for other academics, researchers, students, coaches, and other practitioners.

Because I pay for all of the production costs (hosting, website, equipment, etc) personally, I have been thinking for awhile about a way to offset some of these to make the podcast sustainable in the long run. I don't want to put any of the core materials behind a paywall because I strongly value open dissemination of information. I have also resisted the temptation of adding advertising as the one's I have been approached with so far would not be relevant for most listeners. So, as an alternative, I have decided to make bonus materials available to listeners that are interested in being supporters of the podcast. If you enjoy the content discussed in the podcasts, I think you will find these are valuable supplementary materials. I hope you will consider supporting and I look forward to doing the podcast for a long time!

Cheers and keep em coupled,

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