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Experimentalist in applied psych and human factors, learning R after using mostly SPSS or Matlab.


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revised Explanatory gaps in the formation and propagation of action potentials
edited title
2d
revised Dearth of research on treating Periodic Limb Movement Disorder (PLMD) with Baclofen
specified abbreviations
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reviewed Close What is the fetish called where a person is attracted to videos of people removing latex face masks?
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reviewed Close Confusion of absolutes, or lack thereof
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reviewed Close Is 1st person perspective useless, may it be eliminated?
Jan
26
reviewed No Action Needed Why is sensory substitution not that successful
Jan
26
reviewed Close Reduced Adderall Dose Causing Increased Narcolepsy?
Jan
26
reviewed Leave Closed Cognitive Dissonance
Jan
26
comment Is 1st person perspective useless, may it be eliminated?
Welcome to cogsci.SE! I'm not sure what your question is, by the "I" aspect of experience is often called "qualia", so it may help to add that term to your searches. In addition, the cognitive philosopher Daniel Dennett has written about the topic, so that may give you a place to start, as well.
Jan
26
revised Cognitive Science podcasts to follow
added 265 characters in body
Jan
26
answered Cognitive Science podcasts to follow
Jan
22
comment What is the relation between motivation and recognition?
It sounds like you're speaking from within a specific context--maybe I/O psych? Specifying that would help, as would citing some of these studies about autonomy/motivation. I'm assuming you mean recognition in a social capital kind of way, so you might want to include that keyword in your searches as well.
Jan
22
reviewed Close Pleasure and reward
Jan
22
reviewed Close Methods for stimulating exact positions in the body
Jan
22
reviewed Leave Open Is there a criteria in the design of a cognitive control task (Flanker task with letters H and S)?
Jan
21
comment Classification of Attachment Styles
There may be some good stuff in here, but this answer is really hard to read! A little formatting (paragraph breaks, bolding important text, separating out citations) would go a long way.
Jan
20
reviewed Reviewed How effective are online providers of paid participants for psychological experiments?
Jan
20
comment How effective are online providers of paid participants for psychological experiments?
Welcome to cogsci.SE! This is an interesting and perennially relevant topic, but being primarily opinion-based is a reason for closure, so you might want to edit your question to focus on more specific, fact-based questions.
Jan
20
reviewed No Action Needed Long term effect of using noise generators
Jan
20
reviewed Reviewed Psychology of Sympathizing with Death