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Mar
28
awarded  Yearling
Aug
12
awarded  Necromancer
Apr
9
awarded  Necromancer
Apr
7
reviewed Reviewed Is learning facts via audio while sleeping possible?
Apr
7
reviewed Reviewed What brain skill does Nonogram (Picross) games develop?
Apr
3
awarded  Custodian
Apr
3
reviewed Leave Closed Fitting a psychometric function when data does not lend itself to a sigmoidal fit [pypsignifit]
Apr
1
comment Evidence that qualia are not the same as physical processes?
@BenCole Can you clarify what would constitute evidence for a separation between the processing of a stimulus and the experience of a stimulus? It's not clear how this would be distinguished in the literature. It seems to me that experience and processing are not different phenomena, but different levels of analysis.
Apr
1
revised Do children follow parents' phobias genetically or by learning?
Removed redundant words from title
Apr
1
suggested suggested edit on Do children follow parents' phobias genetically or by learning?
Apr
1
awarded  Custodian
Apr
1
reviewed Leave Open Should questions in psychology always be objective questions?
Apr
1
reviewed Reviewed Devices that detect when someone is falling asleep
Apr
1
reviewed Reviewed Can we draw conclusions about content of thoughts from neural firing patterns?
Apr
1
comment What are the current suggested models for Primacy Effect in memory recall or personality impression?
Nice one, I think ACT-R is actually the best possible answer here (though I don't know if I'd personally subscribe to it as a grand theory of primacy effects).
Apr
1
comment Term for incentives working without conscious awareness
Alright, then it sounds like you've found the one you want. Enjoy!
Apr
1
awarded  Revival
Mar
31
revised Term for incentives working without conscious awareness
Expanded on answer.
Mar
31
comment Should questions in psychology always be objective questions?
@NickRosencrantz If you have an answer of your own in mind, I think everyone would encourage you to post it here, but the site isn't designed for discussion of others' answers--that's what voting is for. Post an alternative if you've got the right answer. :)
Mar
31
reviewed Close How to computationally model the Wisconsin Card Sorting task?