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For questions about working memory, testing its capabilities/capacity, and underlying anatomical substrates
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For questions concerning the area of psychophysics that deals with discernment of information-bearing stimuli from background noise or other distractions.
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Measurable or perceived similarities between individuals, behaviour, personality types, disorders, illnesses, neurological patterns.
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For questions pertaining to the physiology and pathophysiology of sleep in humans and animals (e.g., sleep stages and their EEG patterns, sleep disturbances), along with psychological effects of sleep…
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For questions regarding the tendency for people to answer survey questions about themselves in a matter which is acceptable to society
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For questions pertaining to the scientific study of social networks or social network analysis.
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For questions about the empirical and theoretical study of how perception, feelings, behavior, and cognition are effected by the actual, imagined, or implied presence of others. Questions are addresse…
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For questions regarding the use and selection of computer programs designated for instruction, experimentation, and data processing.
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For questions about statistical methods that might be appropriate for certain paradigms within psychology, psychiatry, neuroscience, or cognitive science.
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For questions involving internal and external pressures that may or may not elicit behavioral responses
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For questions about using this technique as a research or assessment method, and the processes involved in scoring/statistical analyses of surveys
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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 regarding the condition where the input of one sense elicits the perception of unrelated sense(s), such as seeing shapes as having innate colors
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For questions about finding meaning in the results of psychological tests.
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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 about definitions, names, and terms used in the cognitive sciences literature.
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Questions pertaining to the evaluation of performance through formal or informal means, as well as the scoring of such evaluations.
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For questions about mathematical and computational neuroscience.
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The ability to understand that others have mental states such as beliefs, desires and intentions that are different from one's own.
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For questions regarding the perception of time
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For questions regarding building a competency in a particular area, or the act of helping others attain such a competency.
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For questions about the effect of prior experience on future learning.
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For questions about mental processes that are not available to consciousness.
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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 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 regarding the visual system, which serves to transduce light energy into neural impulses, or regarding visual perception, how we interpret such incoming visual information.
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For questions about maintaining a mental image or internal representation of an object or concept
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unfocused and unable to remain on a single topic, usually taking place during moments of inattentiveness
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Questions regarding the quality of life of individuals (or societies) and how it can be effectively measured or quantified.