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answered How does knowledge about a subject aid in its recall?
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awarded  Popular Question
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comment What is the proper term for the synchronization of eye movements?
I'm also seeing binocular fusion and convergence coming up; are those basically synonyms or distinct concepts?
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asked What is the proper term for the synchronization of eye movements?
Jan
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awarded  Custodian
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reviewed No Action Needed How rare is synesthesia?
Jan
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reviewed Close What is the difference between confidence and overconfidence?
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reviewed Close What contextual links would make full-text journal articles more useful?
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reviewed Close How does a researcher typically go about conducting a survey-based psychological experiment?
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Nice Question
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revised Are there any reliable self-tests for autism spectrum disorder?
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answered Is there a technical term for “fear of the unknown”?
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revised Why does it seems in similar cases sometimes classic conditioning happens and in others habituation?
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answered Why does it seems in similar cases sometimes classic conditioning happens and in others habituation?
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awarded  Enlightened
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revised Memorizing sets of items
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revised Why do we become bored of stimuli after multiple exposures to it?
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answered Do persons with autism have a bigger genetic predisposition to psychosis/schizophrenia?
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comment How much red/orange is needed to stimulate hunger?
It's fairly common knowledge in marketing groups. It just seems to be one of those things everyone knows, but no one knows why everyone knows. I just meant it's hard to separate marketing myths from research based stuff.