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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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For questions regarding the transformation of information into a form which is able to be stored in memory.
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For questions about the study and measurement of the electrical activity of neurons
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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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a model of personality which posits that people's traits vary on five broad dimensions. The five factors are neuroticism, extraversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, and openness t…
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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 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 questions about neural oscillation patterns, such as the delta (1–4 Hz), theta (4–8 Hz), alpha (8–13Hz), beta (13–30 Hz) or gamma (30–70 Hz) waves, and their associations with behavior.
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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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For questions about altruistic behavior, its underlying processes and its implications.
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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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Physical or psychological attraction, causing an individual to emotionally value and seek an object
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For questions about applying dynamical systems and complex systems theory to explaining perception, thought and behavior.
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generated and integrated into existing neural circuits in both developing and adult individuals.
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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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For questions about the placebo effect at large.
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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 willingly ceding control over a valued outcome to another person or group of people.
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For questions about twin study methodology, and research relying on such methodology.
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For questions about the effect of testosterone administration on, and testosterone's associations with changes in behavioral and psychological functioning.
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For questions about the effect of prior experience on future learning.
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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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unfocused and unable to remain on a single topic, usually taking place during moments of inattentiveness.
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For questions about the P300 event-related potential.
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For questions about the processes underlying decisions to follow orders and commands without understanding them.
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For questions about mirror neurons, and their theoretical and empirical effects on behavior and thought.
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For practical or methodological questions about implementing specific stimuli.
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For questions about signal processing theory and its applications in psychology and cognitive neuroscience.
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Measurable or perceived similarities between individuals, behaviour, personality types, disorders, illnesses, neurological patterns.