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answered Is there a term for individuals who can “visualize” numbers and advanced mathematics?
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revised Cognitive explanation of why beta blockers are effective for anxiety
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comment Cognitive explanation of why beta blockers are effective for anxiety
@OfriRaviv I wasn't sure, I'm not familiar with abnormal psych so I wasn't 100% sure of the intent/situation. Your sentence is probably better.
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revised Cognitive explanation of why beta blockers are effective for anxiety
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revised What are the current suggested models for Primacy Effect in memory recall or personality impression?
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reviewed Approve Does evidence support Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs?
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reviewed Approve What are the current suggested models for Primacy Effect in memory recall or personality impression?
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revised Do people with ADD or Asperger's Syndrome often show different learning curves than neurotypical individuals?
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revised How is motivation influenced by chance of reward?
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revised How to measure emotional intensity?
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revised Do children show top-down processing as much as adults do?
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revised What is the definition of sanity? How can I prove someone either sane or insane?
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comment Does evidence support Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs?
@JaderDias I'm sure Skeptics could tell me why the theory is weak but I'm more interested in how it's been evaluated inside the Cog Sci community.
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reviewed Approve Does evidence support Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs?
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revised What is the term for a psychological effect which does not have a neurobiological/genetic basis?
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comment What are the “Must Know” papers of Cognitive Science?
@OfriRaviv these questions are tricky, narrowing your scope can make it okay. The problem is there could be hundreds of answers to this question. This question is a pretty acceptable example. Note there sin't much disagreement; Design of Everyday Things and Don't Make Me Think come to mind almost instantly for most professionals. Try to find a question you can ask with that sort of focused potential response.
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accepted Why is recognition easier than recall?