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For questions specifically related to instruction in the cognitive sciences, in formal and informal situations; for general questions about teaching and education see the educational-psychology tag
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For questions that study the effects of video games on the brain/mind or that use video games as a methodology for studies in the cognitive sciences.
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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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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 about standards that govern the behavior of individuals in a society. See also [tag:social-psychology]
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Examining helping behavior, motivations and payoffs; related to altruism.
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For questions about post-traumatic stress disorder, its diagnosis, its treatment, and its etiology
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For questions about the roles that heads of organizations play as they motivate and develop their followers
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for questions about psychological processes related to jokes, humour, laughter and related phenomena. Also see social-psychology tag.
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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 the history of the field of psychology and the cognitive sciences
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a concept in social psychology referring to how individuals explain causes of behavior and events.
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For questions regarding the psychological basis of this disease featuring periodic bouts of mania and depression, its treatment, and pharmacological treatments for the condition
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The effects of alcohol consumption on brain chemistry, cognition, emotions and behaviour. The excessive consumption of alcohol. Alcohol dependence, alcoholism.
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For questions regarding the consistency with which variables can be measured, by different observers or over time.
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for questions on the scientific psychological study of religion and spirituality
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For questions about specific phobias, general phobias, treatments for them, and the cognitive bases for their existence
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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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For questions about the psychological principles behind writing, its mechanics, learning writing, and improving the process.
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A condition in which people with developmental delays (notably autism spectrum) or brain injury demonstrate some profound abilities far in excess of typical individuals.
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The subject of a person's capacity to monitor and regulate their own behaviour. Possibly related to self-control. The maintenance of one's emotional and mental processes.
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Semantic Pointer Architecture. Cognitive architecture created with the Neural Engineering Framework to map low level information (i.e. vision) to high level symbols (i.e. objects).
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For questions about neural oscillations that may be used to bind salient features of stimuli together
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For questions about finding meaning in the results of psychological tests.
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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 the proper selection of subjects for a scientific experiment or survey, accounting for both demographics and population size
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For questions about the psychologically-based processes that employers might use to help them choose new members for their staff.
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