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comment When is it best to use PsycINFO versus Google Scholar?
do we really need all these new tags? research-process, literature-review, publication-process, and university-training. I think this is far too many tags about doing research. There should be just one tag for that. Also, the lit-review tag is too easy to confuse with the much more established reference-request.
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comment How do you refer to something in APA-style that is not submitted to be published?
@Jeff that would be a better fit that cogsci, in my opinion. But we should check with their mods.
May
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comment How do you refer to something in APA-style that is not submitted to be published?
I don't think this question is on-topic. Although questions about the publication-process specific to cogsci/psych are on-topic, this is just a general and easy-to-search question about the APA style. We do not want to become a reference site for APA style. Also, I believe this does not meet standards of initial research
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revised How do you refer to something in APA-style that is not submitted to be published?
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comment Spurious attractors in Hopfield networks
Thanks for asking this question! Minor comment: question 3 is a pretty big question on its own, and not as closely related to question 1 and 2. It might be worthwhile to ask it as a separate question, but it is up to you.
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comment Are there any journal articles in psychology that have promoted and discussed reproducible data analysis?
It is PLoS (Public Library of Science) and it is not a journal, but it publishes several journals that have names that start with PLoS. None of these journals are psychology specific. Further, these journals don't "claim to be 'open-access'". They basically defined what it means to be open-access. However, I have not heard of them trying to promote reproducible data analysis, especially in psychology (they concentrate on bio and medicine mostly, although PLoS One does publish some other things); I don't see how your last paragraph has relevance.
May
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comment Do high heels increase female attractiveness in men only through indirect means?
I imagine that standing on a slope would produce a different posture than standing in high heels (not to mention wanting photos mid-gait, etc). With what I was suggesting, you can just use the same photos and just crop out the part where the feet appear (or use photoshop magic to place some object to obscure the feet).
May
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comment Do high heels increase female attractiveness in men only through indirect means?
Yes, I understood the question. If the foot is not visible, the posture still is. If you see the same amount of change from no-high-heel foot-not-visible to yes-high-heel foot-not-visibile as you see from no-high-heel foot-visible to yes-high-heel foot-visible then you can argue that the actual aesthetics of the shoe itself do not matter.
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comment Do high heels increase female attractiveness in men only through indirect means?
or just provide some participants with pictures where the foot is not visible, some where it is (and also cases with and without high heels)
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