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Apr
26
revised How can the cognitive distortion “disqualifying / rejecting the positive” be overcome?
Updated based on feedback through comments.
Apr
21
comment Some questions about the consumer behavior of women and cosmetics
I recommend you do some initial research first and focus on one more specific question. Stack Exchange adheres to a 'one question' per question format, as 'some questions' will be too broad to adequately answer.
Apr
21
comment is it possible to think without language?
I'm almost considering moving the second part of his question to a separate question. This answer would be suited as an answer there. :/
Apr
21
comment is it possible to think without language?
@val If you are interested in multiple questions you can always ask multiple. In this case, are you mainly interested in the title, or the context? Please update your question to make this clear. It seems most answers focused on the title, however, so possibly it is most fruitful to phrase it as such.
Apr
20
comment Can MBTI be measured objectively?
@splint He does seem to hold a position at UCLA, although I can't find a specific personal page.
Apr
20
comment Subliminal Persuasion: best chances of success
@MaxdeMooij Have you read the resources on the related (duplicate) question? "I'm curious what the best ways are to influence someone's decision making" Surely if they study subliminal messages they will describe this in their methodology?
Apr
20
comment Has there been any serious research on subliminal messaging?
@LarryM. You can always answer your own question. :) No shame in that!
Apr
20
comment Bragging is bad for your reputation… but there is one exception: What is going on?
I wouldn't claim Donald Trump has a 'good' reputation. Some people just fall for his antics, but not all. Psychology isn't about 'all or nothing'. From a political perspective, "The rise of American authoritarianism" will interest you.
Apr
20
revised Open fMRI data?
Removed request for collaboration as this probably is no longer relevant, and too individual either way.
Apr
20
comment Open fMRI data?
I added to summaries from rec's answer to yours. In case you disagree, feel free to roll back.
Apr
20
revised Open fMRI data?
Added summaries from rec's answer to this.
Apr
19
comment Does difficulty of task increase perceived authority?
Authoritative on what subject though? :) Knowledge does not transfer between domains that easily. Are you interested in 'general knowledge' of some sorts?
Apr
15
comment Literature with regards to facial attractiveness?
Have you done any initial search? It is my impression there are tons of resources available on this, even in popular science. Just yesterday I saw a video in my news feed on attractiveness. E.g., average faces (averaged of multiple input pictures) consistently score higher. I recommend doing some initial research (popular scientific reporting is okay!) and then ask a more specific question.
Apr
15
revised Dependency EEG signals from regions of the brain
Fixed grammar.
Apr
8
comment Can the desire to change a romantic partner ever be satisfied?
Also, your link "same, but different", does not explicitly state "same, but different" anywhere. If this is your own phrasing, do not use a quotation.
Apr
8
comment Can the desire to change a romantic partner ever be satisfied?
"This makes me think these thoughts could be caused by some neurochemical process." That is a vastly unmotivated link you draw there. Care to elaborate? One could just as well argue, why wouldn't it be to some degree caused by neurochemical processes?
Apr
7
revised Is there a term to describe an inability to express emotion or feelings?
Improved formatting/grammar. Added link to TAS-20.
Apr
7
revised Is there a term to describe an inability to express emotion or feelings?
Improved formatting, link to old revision where quote was taken from.
Apr
5
comment Is there any research showing we only like to see/read information on themes/topics/ideas we like?
This topic has surfaced on this site several times before from a terminology perspective: Do people have a tendency to stick to one opinion after they formed it?, How to refer to the phenomenon of people only absorbing evidence which confirms their beliefs?, Official term for the tendency to associate with like-minded people? Given these topics, is there any more specific question you are interested in?
Apr
5
comment How are movements stored in the brain?
@RohanBhardwaj The 'permanent' area? This did not constitute an answer and thus turned it into a comment.