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revised cognitive-psychology wiki excerpt
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suggested approved edit on cognitive-psychology tag wiki
Jun
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revised Compared efficiency of different spaced-repetition memorisation techniques
answers are expected to draw on existing literature, you don't need to explicitly write 'published papers'. The reproducible-research tag did not seem fitting, so I removed it.
Jun
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revised What concepts of perception should designers be aware of when designing?
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reviewed Approve What concepts of perception should designers be aware of when designing?
Jun
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comment Do people like those who are similar to them and why?
Also, you should be careful with the word 'like' it is very ambiguous. Try to use more precise language. In particular, your question as-is could also be answered from the mate-selection perspective.
Jun
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comment Compared efficiency of different spaced-repetition memorisation techniques
Here is a related question that might be of interest.
Jun
8
revised How to obtain Fritz Perls' Eye Witness to Therapy film?
please don't use cog-psych as a catch-all tag.
Jun
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revised Do people like those who are similar to them and why?
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answered Do people like those who are similar to them and why?
Jun
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comment The feeling a person gets when they finish a series
Is there some science to support that the Landmark Forum approach would work? And to what extent? I can imagine it helping you overcome the slight feeling of loss when you finish a book, but what about the loss of a child? Somewhere in-between I would expect a limit. If we have no idea where that limit is, it doesn't seem particularly scientific.
Jun
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revised What is the term for human beings' tendency to obey without thinking?
added terminology tag (since asking for name). Leadership tag might also be appropriate
Jun
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comment What are current neuronal explanations and models of 'consciousness'?
Do you know if there have been lesion studies on this? Are there examples of humans who have lost or suffered significant damage to the claustrum and remained alive?
Jun
6
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Jun
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revised Neural networks with biologically plausible accounts of neurogenesis
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comment Does having a sense of purpose increase longevity?
I think this restatement is on-topic, and I have voted to reopen (and removed my downvote). However, I think the question could still be improved by connecting it better to what is already known, because an about.com article is not that much initial research.
Jun
6
comment Using natural language processing for traffic monitoring from video
Also, Fig 1 of Paper 2, is just a summary (in figure form) of the key ideas of Paper 1. I am not sure what you are asking.
Jun
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comment Using natural language processing for traffic monitoring from video
OP, I think you should familiarize yourself with the basics of NLP. For some introductory resources, see this question and answers on ling.SE
Jun
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revised Are IQ tests “biased” against individuals with Asperger's Syndrome?
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