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Jan
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revised Are there statistics about how many assertive people there are in the world?
Grammar
Jan
20
comment What is the effect of imagining doing an exercise on muscle growth?
Well for starters what do they say that 'improves'? Maybe quote where you read that. How do they measure improvement?
Jan
20
revised What is the effect of imagining doing an exercise on muscle growth?
Improved grammar + proper reference + removed unnecessary stuff
Jan
20
comment What's the frequency of the ringing in my ear?
@Spundun: Well it might already be too late now since you've gotten a good answer, but here are some tips for next time. As BenCole pointed out, it wouldn't have been too difficult finding the term tinnitus yourself with a bit of initial research. This could have lead you to asking one specific question and focus on that instead of the various slightly related ones you asked now.
Jan
18
awarded  Yearling
Jan
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awarded  Custodian
Jan
4
reviewed Leave Open Are dice and domino dot arrangement conventions related to readability?
Jan
3
reviewed Reviewed Any research on right-hand/left-hand based preferences when interacting with an interface?
Jan
3
revised Any research on right-hand/left-hand based preferences when interacting with an interface?
Improved link/spelling/tags.
Dec
21
comment What is the scientific support for Einstein's claim about the negative effects of reading too much?
Isn't "too" always implying it is bad? Otherwise it wouldn't be "too".
Dec
20
revised What is the scientific support for Einstein's claim about the negative effects of reading too much?
Added tag, better markup.
Dec
19
comment Validity of regression therapy and degree of acceptance of the subject within the psychology community
Welcome to CogSci Aneesh! I think this is a good question, but in general we expect a degree of initial research. What do you know about the subject? Which resources that you know of support your assumptions? (also link to them) Please read 'how-to-ask' carefully.
Dec
19
revised Can we stop the brain from processing a particular task?
Added proper link.
Dec
19
comment What is the support for a global personality factor?
@H.Muster Researchers are getting lazy? :)
Dec
17
revised Can we stop the brain from processing a particular task?
Improved English.
Dec
10
revised Possibility of perfect virtual reality
Improved english.
Dec
6
revised Does medication to treat Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder reduce associated cognitive deficits?
Improved links. Removed unnecessary closing remark.
Dec
3
comment Can neural spiking in an organism temporarily cease?
Consider merging this with your other answer instead. However, much thanks for following up on your question!
Dec
3
comment Can neural spiking in an organism temporarily cease?
Your link to 'considerable nervous system' doesn't work for me. Consider updating it in line with our site guidelines as I've demonstrated for the other reference. Great answer! +1
Dec
3
revised Can neural spiking in an organism temporarily cease?
Improved references.