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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 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 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 questions about achieving an endpoint in a task, whether the evaluation of said task is formal or informal
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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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generated and integrated into existing neural circuits in both developing and adult 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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For questions regarding natural language processing. Note that this tag should not be used for neurolinguistic programming questions.
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Questions about the vestibular system, the part of the brain regulating balance and spatial awareness.
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For questions about the effect of prior experience on future learning.
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unfocused and unable to remain on a single topic, usually taking place during moments of inattentiveness
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The effect of a large group's estimate, answer, or decision being as (or more) accurate as the response given by any of the individuals within the group.
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The subjective experience of sensory perceptions, including taste, sight, smell, hearing, and touch.
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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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an interdisciplinary science that draws on knowledge from many related fields including biomechanics, physiology, kinesiology and psychology. It involves the study of how psycholog…
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Measurable or perceived similarities between individuals, behaviour, personality types, disorders, illnesses, neurological patterns.
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a collection of personality inventory items available in the public domain which assess the Big Five personality traits
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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 regarding the halo effect. How to recognize it, deal with it and possibly alleviate it in particular situations.
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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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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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Questions about the cognitive bias of anchoring, where an initial piece of information will have a greater weight of importance than latter information.
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A computational modeling paradigm that models phenomena as dynamical systems of interacting autonomous agents.
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