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For questions on expertise and expert performance and how experts may differ from non-experts in terms of their development, training, reasoning, knowledge, social support, and innate talent.
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For questions regarding the eye muscles and their volitional control as well as their unconscious control (via saccades). Also for specific instances of eye-movements, like during REM sleep.
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a perceived threat of danger to one's own or another's personal safety. The emotion, possibly, triggering the "flight and fight" response. Possibly an extension …
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For questions about hunger, eating, food preferences, effects of food, and related phenomena.
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For questions about methodology and tools related to functional magnetic resonance imaging. For general questions about brain-structure use neurobiology, and for general imaging questions use neuroima…
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For questions about psychological aspects of crime and the legal system. The study of the social and psychological factors surrounding crime and criminal mentality and the effectiveness of crime preve…
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The lobes at the foremost part of the brain. Associated with reasoning. Concerned with conscious processes; including the inhibition of processes arising from the subconscious.
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For questions about mathematical models or psychology of conflict and cooperation between multiple decision-makers. If your question is specifically about rationality, consider that tag instead.
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For questions about taking advantage of humans' psychological predisposition to engage in gaming and uses game design techniques, game thinking and game mechanics to enhance non-game contexts.
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For questions relating to biological and social characterizations of gender and attributable differences in behavior and psychological processes based on these constructs.
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For questions on neurological or psychological disorders that have a basis in chromosomal abnormalities and/or are heritable
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Theory of how the mind processes and organizes perceptual information as a whole, rather than as individual components
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For questions about achieving an endpoint in a task, whether the evaluation of said task is formal or informal
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For questions regarding the process through which routines of behaviors can become automatic or the after-effects of when a behavior has become automatic.
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For questions regarding perception of a stimulus without any actual stimulus being present, particularly in the context of psychiatric illness or recreational drug use
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For questions about recognizing, dealing and guarding against the the halo effect.
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For questions regarding the study and design of the interface through which humans interact with computers through software, a discipline which draws upon knowledge from computer science and the cogni…
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For questions regarding the influence of behavioral and environmental pressures on the physical well-being of humans
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For questions regarding the sensation (transduction) and perception of sound information by the brain in humans and animals
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For questions about the history of the field of psychology and the cognitive sciences
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a multidisciplinary field incorporating contributions from psychology, engineering, industrial design, graphic design, statistics, operations research and anthropometry…
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For questions about psychological processes related to jokes, humour, laughter and related phenomena.
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Questions about how the scientific, empirical basis for how hypnosis works, its application and possible efficacy. Not for sharing anecdotal experiences with hypnosis.
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For questions about levels of abstract thought, understanding, self-awareness, communication, reasoning, learning, having emotional knowledge, retaining, planning, and problem solving, their roles in …
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For questions regarding behaviors of internet users, use of the internet for psychology experiments, or accessing cognitive sciences resources via the web.
For question about internal sensation (interoception), as opposed to external sensation (exteroception).
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