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From the School of Computer Science and Department of Psychology at McGill University, I marvel at the world through algorithmic lenses. My specific interests are in quantum computing, evolutionary game theory, modern evolutionary synthesis, and theoretical cognitive science. Previously I was at the Institute for Quantum Computing and Department of Combinatorics & Optimization at the University of Waterloo and a visitor to the Centre for Quantum Technologies at the National University of Singapore.


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comment What adjectives can be used to describe emotional intelligence competences?
Some suggestions: empathic, warm, kind, personable, sociable, gregarious, amiable, affable
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revised Introspective question regarding psycholgy of work enviroment
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revised Is psychotherapy effective also with old persons?
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revised How, other than pharmacotherapy, can those diagnosed with thought disorders be treated?
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revised Alternative to the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy table format
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revised Neuropharmacology and Simulation
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revised Is cognitive science a concentration of psychology?
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on How is intelligence correlated to beauty?
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asked Publicly available social networks in apes and hunter-gatherer societies
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revised What are the possible causes of pettiness?
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comment Do Jewish people have better cognitive abilities than average population?
Why would you expect 'cognitive abilities' to be important for being (over)represented in politics or science, over say 'economic privilege' or 'small sample bias' or 'cultural/historic coincidence'?
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comment Do Jewish people have better cognitive abilities than average population?
Although you put "natural selection" in quotes, I would go one step further and make this part more unambiguous by saying something like "cultural/historic forces".
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comment Neural networks with biologically plausible accounts of neurogenesis
@Seanny123 there is no reading group on-going for this, and it isn't something that I think about much anymore so it is unlikely that I will start one.
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revised What is it called to think without language? Are there studies around it?
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reviewed Needs Improvement What to call measures obtained between pre-test and post-test?
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reviewed Satisfactory Is there any standardized test / questionnaire to measure frustration?