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Mar
9
comment What is the influence of “effort put into pursuing wealth” on happiness?
@Wouter, they are simply the references listed in the publication he links to. No point in repeating 124 references out of context. Without specifying why references are relevant, there is no point in listing them in the first place.
Mar
9
comment What is the influence of “effort put into pursuing wealth” on happiness?
Since you do not mention all of the references listed, could you please take out the ones not pointed to in this post, and remove the others? The full reference list is still available in your link either way.
Mar
6
comment Are there any pragmatic uses of hallucinogens?
Could you please add a full citation, rather than just a link and 'a paper'?
Mar
2
comment What causes someone to frequently see particular patterns of digits when they look at a clock?
@Dr.Bronx It is not only happening to you, ... but you might be the only one who is concerned about it though. As an exercise however, it might be interesting to calculate the percentage of 'special times' you recognize, out of all possible combinations. Is '13:00' special? Is '13:05'?
Feb
13
comment Is there evidence that listening to music can aid/hinder concentration or performance?
Recent related article on Science Alert: Listening to music at work could be messing with your brain function
Feb
13
answered Why do programmers work at night?
Feb
11
revised Can you catch up on sleep over the weekend?
Added new study of 2015
Feb
11
comment Why does the unilateral 6-OHDA lesion Parkinson's model cause ipsilateral rotations?
@Penguiness If you extend on the link and quote the relevant sections this could be an answer. As you posted it before, it was not, hence I turned it into a comment.
Feb
6
comment Is there a relationship between schizophrenia and genius?
Welcome to Cognitive Sciences and Stack Exchange in general Sean! I deleted your comment since it did not have anything to do with this question. Please consult the help section to get a better understanding of how this Q&A site works. We only accept posts/comments which are on-topic. A side-comment linking to your YouTube account is totally irrelevant which I considered self-promotion, hence it got removed.
Jan
26
revised Can stress be sustained without reflective thought processes
Removed unnecessary parts of question.
Jan
20
comment Is Altmann's memory-for-goals model valid for higher-level multitasking?
@Jeff I believe I actually read that one, but didn't realize Altmann was also one of the authors. Will read it again with more care, thanks!
Jan
20
comment What is the definition of sanity? How can I prove someone either sane or insane?
... and shorter sentences. Don't be afraid of periods. ;p How does the lack of considering this influence the other insightful considerations (by which you refer to the other answers?). Please be more clear, I do not understand your argument (or comment?).
Jan
19
revised Is Altmann's memory-for-goals model valid for higher-level multitasking?
Better reference to what type of multitasking I'm interested in.
Jan
19
asked Is Altmann's memory-for-goals model valid for higher-level multitasking?
Jan
18
revised Does the scarcity of female programmers, suggest that men are more intelligent than women?
Removed old non-answer part of the question related to it being flagged/almost closed.
Jan
18
awarded  Yearling
Jan
15
comment Acoustic and light wave coherency?
@StrongBad What does this have to do with "Wave coherency?" Of course a lot is known about colors and aesthetics, e.g. color theory, but that to me did not seem the focus of this question. Equating colors 'side by side' with harmonies in sound waves, as Chris Stronks pointed out as well does not make sense.
Jan
10
reviewed Close What is Intelligence? Is it based on prediction capability of an agent?
Jan
6
comment Psychology of intelligence
I closed this as a duplicate, since in its current form it is hard to tell the difference between the two questions, as reflected in the comments. You can still edit your question to disambiguate yours, and make it clear how your question differs. Ideally, even incorporating the other question and answer into your given question as a basis. To attract attention you can then ping me by writing a comment direct at me using '@Steven'.
Dec
22
comment Acoustic and light wave coherency?
In other words, in order to improve this question you would have to show why you see a similarity (and which similarity that is) between music notes, and colors. In particular, are you talking about how colors side-by-side might look nicely together? Motivate why you feel this is the same than notes played simultaneously.