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For questions regarding the elapsed time between a given stimulus and a response, testing this value, and interpreting the results in light of processing
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For questions about the psychological or neuroscientific basis of learning to read, reading comprehension in children or adults, or deficits/disorders of reading ability.
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looking for a specific article/survey/book on a given topic. It should NOT be applied merely because answers with references are desired.
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The study of what actions an agent should take in a stochastic environment in order to maximize a cumulative reward.
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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 this area, which strives to include enough information with a publication or make data publicly available for other scientists to be able to repeat the experiments in the interest …
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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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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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For questions involving the scientific basis (anatomical substrates, neurotransmitter imbalances, behavioral changes, and pharmacotherapies) of this disorder
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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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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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A type of declarative memory that involves the recall of semantic meaning, as opposed to events per se.
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Questions about the ways that our bodies processes incoming visual, auditory, gustatory, somatosensory, proprioceptive, and pain (among others) information
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For questions about performance or neurophysiological differences between male and female individuals.
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For questions regarding sexual expression, sexual orientation, and biological bases of sexual behaviors
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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 effect of social processes on the brain and the neural basis of social cognition and behaviour.
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For questions about the empirical and theoretical study of how perception, feelings, behavior, and cognition are affected 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.