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Apr
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comment How does neural spiking begin in the fetus?
Thank you @ChuckSherrington I was on a voting spree last night and came across this question again. Hopefully the answer is still useful to OP. I am not sure if I completely answer the question, though.
Apr
29
awarded  Revival
Apr
29
revised How do Hemispatial Neglect patients react when told of their disability?
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Apr
29
revised What do anatomical substrates of conditioned taste aversion tell us about treatment?
added a tag; partially just to bump the question
Apr
29
comment Does the fusiform face area in patients with Prosopagnosia (face blindness) show lower activity under an fMRI?
@JoshGitlin if you have a specific question about a specific part of a paper maybe you should ask it as a whole new question :D
Apr
29
answered How does neural spiking begin in the fetus?
Apr
29
comment Can an individual having strong identity associations with groups be used to infer anything about them?
I think this question is confusing, because a tempting answer would be "if a person strongly identifies with group A, then they are more likely to have typical traits of people from group A". However, that is not what you want to ask. A potential solution is to ask the flip question: "What can be said about individuals who do not have strong group associations?" I feel that this might make your question more clear (at least to me) and the answer to it might still be enlightening/of interest to you.
Apr
29
revised Difference between “Social Roles” and “Social Groups”
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Apr
29
revised Do victims of parental abuse and neglect become abusive or neglectful parents?
focused the question as outlined in comments.
Apr
29
awarded  Civic Duty
Apr
29
comment How are newly created neurons recruited into existing networks?
I don't understand your first point. You start with "it is random in the local region" but end with "the general connection statistics of a newborn neuron will ultimately be similar to a neighboring neuron"? Which is it? Random connections and preferential attachment tend to produce very different network structures. I also agree with @ChuckSherrington and would prefer if you included some references for people like me that are not familiar with neuroscience.
Apr
29
revised How are newly created neurons recruited into existing networks?
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Apr
29
comment How is motivation influenced by chance of reward?
Could you include more specific reference for support of the somatic marker hypothesis?
Apr
29
revised How is motivation influenced by chance of reward?
added some links and broke up the text in an attempt to make it easier to read
Apr
29
comment How to get rid of subvocalization?
I agree with H.Muster and @zergylord, I think it would be great if you could include some reference to take this answer beyond anecdotal if you can.
Apr
29
comment Is Decision-Making Emotionally Based, with Rationalization as the only Conscious Component?
can you expand your answer give a more specific summary of the paper and how it addresses this question than just the abstract?
Apr
27
revised Can response time be incorporated into signal detection theory?
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Apr
27
revised Can response time be incorporated into signal detection theory?
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Apr
27
revised Can response time be incorporated into signal detection theory?
wrote down the citation instead of just raw link
Apr
27
comment Is there a reduction of “Brain Fog” with fewer hours of sleep?
You might be interested in looking around at the research on sleep inertia. This might be the term you are looking for, and then the relevant theories will be based on which stage of sleep you wake up in.