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Nov
13
comment How much red/orange is needed to stimulate hunger?
Not sure of the relevance of the second study; dyed food is inherently different from a red * environment*, the first is sort of interesting though. Like many things in marketing it may be well known just because everyone knows it...
Nov
7
awarded  Custodian
Nov
7
reviewed Leave Open 'Model-free' learning in humans
Nov
7
reviewed Close Can thought be shifted between subconscious and conscious awareness?
Oct
15
revised Differences in willingness to correct errors made between human and computer interactions
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Oct
14
awarded  Nice Question
Oct
10
awarded  Nice Question
Oct
2
revised Does Cognitive Tunneling apply to daydreaming as well?
edited title
Oct
1
revised Why is white on black considered higher contrast than black on white?
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Oct
1
revised Why is white on black considered higher contrast than black on white?
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Oct
1
revised Why is white on black considered higher contrast than black on white?
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Oct
1
asked Why is white on black considered higher contrast than black on white?
Sep
26
comment Can non-verbal communication in interpersonal relationships be taught rather than acquired?
With the exception of emotional expression (the "faces" of certain emotions like anger and fear have been found to be rather common across many species) I'm not sure many forms of communication could not be considered acquired.
Sep
23
awarded  Nice Question
Sep
22
awarded  Custodian
Sep
19
comment Is there a reasonably valid and reliable self-measure of computer literacy?
Okay example questions, but not quite what I was hoping for
Sep
18
awarded  Strunk & White
Sep
18
revised Under what conditions does 60hz video produce visual artifacts?
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Sep
18
revised Can experience alter one's preferences for beauty?
snappier title, moved subquestion into the question body
Sep
18
accepted What is the term for a psychological effect which does not have a neurobiological/genetic basis?