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For questions about the psychological principles behind writing, its mechanics, learning writing, and improving the process.
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For requesting empirical validation studies of questionnaires, IQ tests, psychometric instruments and other measures.
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For questions about the collective behavior of relatively large groups of people.
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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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A type of declarative memory that involves the recall of semantic meaning, as opposed to events per se.
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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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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 implicit form of long term memory which stores how to do an activity.
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For questions about sound perception.
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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 on the statistical method of combining or contrasting the results of different studies. See also [tag:statistics].
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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 relating to behaviors which intentionally harm or cause discomfort for other people.
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For questions about people and animals doing activities using automatic response patterns.
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For questions about perceiving, feeling or otherwise being conscious of observations without necessarily understanding them.
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For questions about direct brain-computer interfacing (BCI), such as methods allowing disabled people to control a computer via an EEG.
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For questions regarding the perception of stimuli that combine two or more sensory modalities.
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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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For questions regarding the influence of physical exercise on thought and behavior.
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For questions regarding the transformation of information into a form which is able to be stored in memory.
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For questions relating to long term potentiation (LTP), the process of priming brain cells to improve synaptic efficacy.
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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 about the degree of certainty an individual has about some quantity or quality.
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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 about the psychology of getting large or small groups together to perform a task.
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For macroscale questions about the study of humanity through anthropological methods such as ethnography and comparative linguistics.
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For questions about the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI).
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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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The conscious or subconscious delay of doing or facing a task or situation, to circumvent some degree of uncomfortability. Whether that uncomfortability be simple or profound, eg from boredom to deepl…
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The psychic break from reality. The inability to distinguish between reality and fantasy; fantasy being the construct of distorted perception, thought and/or hallucinations.
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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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an interdisciplinary science that draws on knowledge from many related fields including biomechanics, physiology, kinesiology and psychology. It involves the study of how psycholog…