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May
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comment Are there any open task sets available to assess workload using secondary task measures?
Would I be able to easily run Inquisit side-by-side with the primary task, just to trigger the secondary tasks? I would prefer having control over how to show the tasks for minimal intrusion into the actual work environment of the user. Same question for E-prime.
May
7
revised Where does the distinction between motives and goals lie in activity theory?
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May
7
answered Where does the distinction between motives and goals lie in activity theory?
May
5
comment How valid are reaction times collected from online studies?
Welcome to CogSci Andy! That would great! To improve this answer, would you mind adding a short synopsis of your recent publication?
May
1
reviewed Reject Why would the brain flip the images perceived by your eyes?
Apr
21
revised Ignoring someone can be considered aggressive?
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Apr
20
revised Ignoring someone can be considered aggressive?
Removed personal reference.
Apr
16
comment Spreading Activation Theory
There is no harm in asking two separate questions. Perhaps you should split this question into two? (You can always edit this one, and pose a new one.)
Apr
13
comment image of eyes to brain
@AliceD I considered that as well. It is one of those 'not fully a dupe', but the answer of the duplicate question most likely does answer the OP's question. If not, the OP is free to update his question taking this new information into account to disambiguate more clearly after which it can be reopened.
Apr
12
reviewed Approve Why is empathy not a part of the Big 5 personality traits?
Apr
9
comment How to computationally model the Wisconsin Card Sorting task?
@JeromyAnglim Have these edits addressed the issue raised by Artem? If so, I believe this comment thread can be removed.
Apr
9
comment Comparison between IO psychology, Arbeitspsychologie and Psychologie du travail et des organisations
Could you provide some background information on how you came into contact with these theories? What do you already know/where does the confusion stem from?
Apr
9
comment How to know whether a methodological technique is quantitative or qualitative?
Good question, except that comparing assessment tools (e.g. NASA TLX) to statistical methods (e.g. ANOVA) is comparing apples to oranges. I suppose the real question is whether quantifying subjective data through scales should be considered qualitative or quantitative data.
Apr
9
comment How to know whether a methodological technique is quantitative or qualitative?
I'm still wondering whether NASA TLX can be considered a 'continuous scale'. Not arguing that it generally is considered to be ...
Apr
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Apr
5
comment Does daily software development enhance the cognitive capacity of a person?
@AbelMelquiadesCallejo I still believe it is too broad. I believe it would help if you'd refine 'cognitive capacity', as Krysta pointed out earlier.
Apr
5
comment Should psychological checks be as frequent as physical checks to evaluate a patient's condition?
A warm welcome from me as well! However, introducing your bio here in the comments to motivate your answer does nothing but causing confusion (and smells a bit like misuse of appeal to authority). The OP agreed that the linked to question is a duplicate, so let's stick with that. If you are interested in sharing your expertise there is nothing preventing you from posting (and answering!) your own question in a new post, the way you interpreted it! Hope to see you around.
Apr
3
revised What kind of cognitive psych journals are receptive to clinicians without any publications?
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Apr
2
comment What kind of cognitive psych journals are receptive to clinicians without any publications?
These comments warrant an answer. Perhaps someone in this thread could summarize the comments and post them as a generalizable answer?
Apr
1
comment When a group of people laugh, people will instinctively look at the person they feel closest to in that group
Could you at a minimum reference this 'common claim'? Initial research on your own part is also more than welcomed.