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For questions about techniques for measuring psychological and neural properties. Includes the measurement of knowledge, abilities, attitudes, and personality traits, as well as neural structure, orga…
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For questions about using the services of participants in the Amazon Mechanical Turk job bank as subjects in psychological testing
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For questions regarding the practice of training the mind via concentration and rituals. These behaviors may be done with or without a religious context.
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For questions about the encoding, storage, and retrieval of information in the brain. This tag encompasses research all the way from the molecular level in model organisms to abstract mathematical re…
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For questions related to fatigue of the mental faculties, which can manifest as somnolence, lack of attention, or loss of consciousness
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For questions on the statistical method of combining or contrasting the results of different studies. See also [tag:statistics].
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The study of cognition about cognition, or the subject's knowledge concerning their own cognitive processes or anything related to them.
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For questions about experimental and theoretical methods, procedures, and tools used while conducting research in the cognitive sciences.
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the research, design and application of psychological theories and empirical data towards understanding, predicting and countering behaviours either in friendly or enemy forces …
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For questions about learning devices which present information to the brain in such a way that it is more easily absorbed into long term memory
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For questions pertaining to short-term emotional states
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For questions about moral reasoning, moral development, and the psychology of morality in general. Note that questions about whether something is or is not moral is typically more of a philosophical q…
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For questions relating to mechanisms that modulates behavior, either as an initiator, limiting influence, or sustainer.
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For questions surrounding the motor cortex, end-effectors (muscles, glands, etc.), and motor deficits in humans and animals.
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For questions regarding the sensation or perception of the musical form within the brain, or the creativity involved in writing music.
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For questions on the debate between innate or genetic factors (nature) versus environmental factors (nurture) in the cognitive sciences.
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a framework mapping functions, dynamics and learning onto neurons, allowing for testing and creating of large-scale, biologically-plausible models.
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For questions about the function and structure of both biological and artificial neural networks (ANNs), and for the applications of ANNs to modeling in cognitive science.
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For questions regarding specific structures in the central and peripheral nervous systems
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For questions about the biology of the nervous system, from a macroscopic to microscopic perspective.
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generated and integrated into existing neural circuits in both developing and adult individuals.
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For questions about techniques to directly or indirectly image the structure, function, or pharmacology of the brain.
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A controversial approach to psychotherapy that was popular in the 1970s, but has been largely debunked by science since.
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For questions related to the diagnosis and treatment of disorders involving the central, peripheral, and autonomic nervous systems. For abnormalities of the mind consider the tags abnormal-psychology …
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For questions regarding the use of knowledge of the physiological responses of different areas of the brain in order to advertise or market a product
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For questions regarding natural language processing. Note that this tag should not be used for neurolinguistic programming questions.
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For questions about standards that govern the behavior of individuals in a society. See also [tag:social-psychology]