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Jul
23
comment Flow diagram of how information flows through the brain?
Understood, and I suspect with how little we know about how the brain works, what you are looking for doesn't exist, at least not a complete map from end to end. The sensory input piece is pretty well mapped, but they get stuck after that in figuring out how the brain processes signals.
Jul
15
comment Can a person be brilliant even though slow at resolving problems?
Perhaps the question should be "is the IQ test valid," to which you would probably get several reasons why it is not, this perhaps being only one of them.
Jul
14
answered Flow diagram of how information flows through the brain?
Jul
14
reviewed Close In NEURON simulator, what is the command for “Init & Run” button?
Jul
14
reviewed Close Analyze subconscious/unconscious scientifically
Jul
14
reviewed Close In NEURON simulator, how can I save the values of a graph to a file?
Jul
14
reviewed Close How is it the case that it is easy to voluntarily trick our sense of sound, but not any of our other senses
Jul
14
answered Role of declarative memory in learning skill
Apr
23
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Feb
3
comment Is there a way to avoid false memories?
based on how memory works, the answer is almost certainly no.
Jan
15
reviewed Reopen Acoustic and light wave coherency?
Jan
15
reviewed Reviewed Is there any standardized test / questionnaire to measure frustration?
Jan
15
comment Why is it so difficult to use a “true mirror” as a mirror
Very interesting, but unfortunately not scientific. It is known that the brain structures can adapt after repeated exposure, but I suspect they will still be in conflict with proprioceptive sense (knowing where your limbs are). If this is found to be false, it could have very interesting implications for interactive design.
Jan
14
comment 432 Hz vs. 440 Hz frequencies: health and psychological effects?
@dwn - I'm not a baroque musician, I play in a concert band which tunes to A 440, but I play the trombone and we have to know what "in tune" is or we would never achieve it! If you play any pitch for me, I can tell you if it's sharp, flat, or on-pitch instantly.
Jan
14
reviewed Close Why can some people not cry on demand?
Jan
14
comment Are good students truly good at all things?
Not really. The academic world is just as broad, with some fields requiring different skills. I also am lousy at drawing, but am a good musician (both artistic academic fields).
Jan
13
answered Name for awareness of the probability of an event increasing the probability of it happening
Jan
13
comment Name for awareness of the probability of an event increasing the probability of it happening
Self-fulfilling prophecy? I believe you have a very poor example to describe this however.
Jan
13
comment 432 Hz vs. 440 Hz frequencies: health and psychological effects?
I am an experienced musician, and am "encoded" to 440. If something was shifted down this much, the whole would sound out of tune to me and would be torture.
Jan
13
answered Why is it so difficult to use a “true mirror” as a mirror