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comment Why do people fear statistically unlikely things?
These questions generally devolve into circle-jerk that is better suited to Skeptics.SE
Feb
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comment Why do people fear statistically unlikely things?
possible duplicate of Why are people inclined to praise or fear the unknown?
Feb
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reviewed Needs Improvement What kind of memory it is?
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reviewed Needs Improvement Is there a good entry-level tutorial for SPM?
Feb
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reviewed Satisfactory What is the difference between feeling sad and feeling unhappy?
Feb
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reviewed Satisfactory Relationship between oculometry/pupillometry and disorders of consciousness
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reviewed Satisfactory Are there any circumstances where schizophrenia or bipolar disorder are not lifelong?
Feb
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reviewed Needs Improvement What is the relation between fun and motivation? Are they the same?
Feb
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reviewed Satisfactory Does your voice pitch affect your perceived authority?
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reviewed Satisfactory What evidence is there for a correlation between being tightly focused on a problem and only using one part of your brain?
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reviewed Excellent Grid cells : Between what is the correlation of autocorrelogram measured?
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reviewed Needs Improvement Visual acuity and offset stimuli
Feb
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comment Is procrastination associated with overweight?
This sounds like an assertion that you decided to frame as a question so it fit the format here.
Oct
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comment How can I dream things that are impossible?
Please study Carl Jung's approach to dream interpretation
Sep
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comment Why does munching sound unpleasant to most people?
@LarryM. Ecological Psychology succinctly describes the arhythmic concept of stimulus (as a highest-value aberration within the perceptual field). Rhythmic and arhythmic stimulus would only be of equal value for organisms with 'lowered' (uniform) discrimination. So perhaps misophonia is correlated with increased auditory discrimination?
Sep
19
comment Why does munching sound unpleasant to most people?
@jona the mechanics of mastication are not rhythmic. Snaps and pops occur randomly in respect to jaws-up or jaws-down.
Sep
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Sep
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answered Why does munching sound unpleasant to most people?
Jul
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revised Can reading [self-help] books aid in therapeutic treatment of the narcissistic rationalization pattern?
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