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reviewed No Action Needed What's the neurological basis for “practice makes perfect”?
Aug
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revised Difference between real time and old information processing in the brain
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Aug
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revised Are mnemonics by creating associations good for memory?
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Aug
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comment Are mnemonics by creating associations good for memory?
Interesting question! Your post can further be improved by fully referencing (rather than just linking) the book. I couldn't find it immediately (and didn't feel like downloading a potentially illegal copy?).
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awarded  Notable Question
Jul
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revised Can the Philosophy thought game “The experience machine” be answered by Positive Psychology?
Minor spelling.
Jul
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comment Should raw response time data be transformed?
Welcom to CogSci! Your question is on topic here, but in case you don't get a suitable answer over the course of some time, you can ask for migration to CrossValidated which is a SE site specializing in statistics.
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awarded  Curious
Jul
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revised Best way to capture effect of making people upset?
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Jun
11
comment average attention time and attention compensation time
Self-help questions are off-topic here on CogSci. Try to rephrase your question in a general way, framing it within a minimum of researched material so people possibly answering it can better help you find what you want.
Jun
10
comment Why does not everyone avoid peak hour rushes?
Because they have to be somewhere at any given time? What motivates you to believe in a cognitive aspect?
May
31
comment Obey any command given suddenly, as in the Jumping Frenchmen of Maine
Concerns have been raised regarding the legitimacy of this question. It does not seem to be rooted in literature or actual observed facts, and thus is hard to answer. Adding additional motivation (non-personal) for this question might improve it.
May
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awarded  Famous Question
Apr
23
comment What exactly is the neurobiological mechanism behind the functioning of the human muscle?
Interesting question! It could be further improved by providing references/links to what you have read so far.
Apr
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comment How much sleep is required to restore maximum cognitive functioning?
@user1477388 Feel free to edit the question to improve it, simultaneously bumping it. This way it might receive reopen votes. As it is the question did not change, so I see no reason to reopen.
Apr
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reviewed Edit Why is working memory so small?
Apr
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revised Why is working memory so small?
from the body, the OP asks why the working memory limit is so low (a few items) and not why it exists at all
Apr
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revised Inducing long term low latent inhibition
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revised Inducing long term low latent inhibition
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