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Mar
28
comment Which is a better statistical option to compare differences across groups?
If you only do stats on d', you could miss an effect on the bias (e.g., beta) that you would catch if you used both omission and commission errors. If you do stats on both d' and beta, then you are not reducing the number of DVs. That said, I personally like d' and beta over error rates.
Mar
25
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Mar
24
comment What's the maximum time diffence to still associate an aural and visual event?
It really depends on what you mean by "associate". It might be easier if you tell us the expected latency, then we could tell you what happens to perception.
Mar
21
comment Why is it easier to see black text on a white background?
Tufte has some thoughts about this that center around video glare.
Mar
18
asked What is the difference between PHI and PII
Mar
17
comment How to random assign subjects to a group without any equipment?
Generally, it is considered poor practice for a clinician to look at their phone while treating a patient. Hence my requirement for no "equipment".
Mar
17
comment How to random assign subjects to a group without any equipment?
I was hoping for something simpler. I do not want the clinician to have to refer to a chart.
Mar
17
asked How to random assign subjects to a group without any equipment?
Mar
15
comment Extreme sound quality and cognitive therapy
I have asked hundreds of undergraduates to discriminate between CD quality and MP3 compressed music in an ABX paradigm and almost all of them can do it reliably. They have a harder time labeling which is which and do not necessarily have a clear preference for CD quality over high bitrate MP3 compression.
Mar
14
comment Two possibilites to increase the effect of binaural beats
@draks... I think of noise as being broadband.
Mar
14
comment Two possibilites to increase the effect of binaural beats
@draks... binuarual beats are a useful stimulus to probe the auditory system. Without a better understanding of how they are supposed to entrain the brain, who know what will be better. I think it would be difficult to create a broad band binaural beat.
Mar
14
comment What does “Convolutional” signify in “Convolutional Neural Network”?
It is the mathematical meaning which is related to the Photoshop convolve tool.
Mar
7
comment How to efficiently use a statistical consultant?
@honi I thought about it, but I think the answer takes understanding CogSci.
Mar
7
asked How to efficiently use a statistical consultant?
Feb
24
comment How long does a spiking signal last?
Not my area of expertise, but I think it is the KCQN4 potassium channels. You might get a better answer at bio.se
Feb
24
revised How long does a spiking signal last?
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Feb
24
answered How long does a spiking signal last?
Feb
24
answered Two possibilites to increase the effect of binaural beats
Feb
23
revised What is the effect of Binaural Beats on an Autistic brain?
Corrected the spelling of Binaural
Feb
23
answered What is the effect of Binaural Beats on an Autistic brain?