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For questions about exercises that aim to improve the functioning of the brain or general intellectual, perceptual or motor capacities in a relatively short period of time. Note that the presence of t…
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The systematic organization of stimuli, cognitive processes, or theory; also, categorical models
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For questions specific to applying the theoretical aspects of psychology to therapeutic settings in both assessments and psychotherapy
The creation of rationale to alleviate psychological discomfort caused by the evidence presented by facts that contradict beliefs and ideas that the individual is reluctant to reevaluate.
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For questions about models and theoretical idealizations of cognitive processes in humans or other animals. Examples include computational, mathematical, and conceptual models.
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For questions regarding the study of the underlying neural substrates of cognition, especially those at the crossroads of psychology and neurobiology
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For questions focusing on the interaction of many internal mental processes. If your question involves only one of memory, attention, language, decision-making, or perception then use the associated …
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For questions about the psychology of getting large or small groups together to perform a task.
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For questions regarding the underpinnings of the perception of color by the brain.
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For questions about an individual's level or attachment or devotion to another person or organization.
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For questions regarding the exchange of messages through multiple modalities and disorders of these abilities such as speech-language pathology.
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For questions about modeling processes from cognitive and neurobiological theories via algorithms and computer simulations, and also about confirming experimental results with theoretical/statistical …
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For questions about the ability for humans or animals to control their level of attention to a stimulus.
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For questions about the systematic modification of behavior in response to external stimuli (classical conditioning) or as a consequence of own behavior (operant conditioning).
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For questions about the degree of certainty an individual has about some quantity or quality.
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An approach to cognitive science that models mental/behavioral phenomena as an emergent process of interconnected networks of simple units.
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For questions that have to do with a sense of being awake and aware in the literal sense, but also those having to do with the nature of the mind and the formation of the individual.
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The study of consumer behavior: why and how people making purchasing decisions.
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Questions about the psychology and neuroscience of creativity.
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For questions regarding the study of psychology with an aim to discover cross-cultural differences and invariance.
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For questions regarding the perception of stimuli that combine two or more sensory modalities.
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For questions about working with or obtaining specific data sets.
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For questions about the psychology of tricking or manipulating others with falsehoods
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For questions regarding the cognitive processes which result in the selection of a course of action among several alternative scenarios.
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For questions regarding depressed mood, whether in healthy individuals or those for which the condition manifests as a disorder.
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For questions involving psychological changes taking place during the lifespan of an individual, not just during infancy or childhood, and using multiple approaches.
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For specific questions regarding the use of electronic equipment for psychological testing or the details of how humans perceive the output of devices.
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Questions about neurotransmitter dopamine or 3,4-dihydroxyphenethylamine. Dopamine production, deficiency and drug interaction and illnesses affected by or effecting dopamine levels.
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Questions about the scientific basis of the imagery and sensations that are experienced primarily during rapid eye movement sleep and occasionally during other stages as well.