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revised What structures in the brain are called upon to strengthen coupling between bilateral movements?
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revised What is the effect of Social Proof on Conversion Rate?
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comment Are there any connectionist models that integrate reinforcement and fully supervised learning?
If you are still pursuing this question, CS.SE might be a great place to ask a follow up question.
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revised What does “veridicality” mean in terms of psychology?
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answered What does “veridicality” mean in terms of psychology?
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revised Are there additional animal studies about superstitions?
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comment Does self-rated performance predict objective performance over and above other-rated performance?
I am guessing attractiveness is not a domain-specific performance of the type you are looking for. However, for attractiveness there is huge inaccuracy in self-rating compared to others-ratings and there is a pretty big gender difference; men are much worse at self-rating than women (see the 4th paragraph of this answer for details/references)
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comment What types of sounds do young infants prefer?
It seems that the preference for mother's voice develops in the fetus at about 32-34 weeks after gestation.
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comment Physiological differences between brains of Conservatives and Liberals
Could you include a proper reference (or link) to the article you mention, and not just the name? Also, that study was done in 2007, and has been cited 136 times, have you done a forward search on Google Scholar?
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revised Physiological differences between brains of Conservatives and Liberals
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answered Do fetuses exhibit pattern recognition in utero?
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comment Phenomenon that causes music to sound like it's being played at a different tempo than remembered?
It is always better to explain what you know about the process already in your question, and if you don't know anything about it then do a little bit of initial research to better frame your question.
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revised Phenomenon that causes music to sound like it's being played at a different tempo than remembered?
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