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For practical or methodological questions about implementing specific stimuli.
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Measurable or perceived similarities between individuals, behaviour, personality types, disorders, illnesses, neurological patterns.
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For questions about statistical parameter mapping (SPM).
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For questions about the P300 event-related potential.
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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.
For questions about visual short-term memory (VSTM).
For questions about the effect of oxytocin administration on, and oxytocin's associations with changes in behavioral and psychological functioning.
An implicit memory effect in which exposure to one stimulus influences a response to a subsequent stimulus, without the person having awareness of it
For questions about the empirically measurable effects of racism, and the neural and psychological processes underlying racism.
For questions about the processes underlying decisions to follow orders and commands without understanding them.
For questions about reasoning with, estimating, navigating or otherwise using spatial information, and the effect of spatial information on behavior.
Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) is the clinical technique of applying low current to the human brain for neurostimulation. This tag should be used on questions relating to research invo…
For questions about sentiment analysis methods and techniques.
For questions about the neurotransmitter serotonin's role in behavior and cognition.
For questions about signal processing theory and its applications in psychology and cognitive neuroscience.
For questions about statistical regression as it relates to the cognitive sciences.
For questions about the effects of facilitating monitoring of physiological functioning, and the processes that underpin this monitoring.
For questions about body language and other empirically grounded forms of nonverbal communication.
For questions about comparing human cognition to non-human animal cognition.
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.