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Nov
16
comment How does one distinguish BPD anger from ADHD anger?
Anger is elementary emotion, like surprise, sadness, disgust, joy and love.
Oct
23
comment How does one distinguish BPD anger from ADHD anger?
i asked myself that question thousand times and asked psychiatrists and clinical psychologist about that. they usually diagnose that as comorbidity. lot of them, in europe, thinks that adhd is hype diagnose.
Oct
13
comment Is there a relationship between schizophrenia and genius?
Welcome to the club Sean. ;) Members of this group have complex of "cargo cult science". People here are burdened with rigid thinking and they are majority. They neglect opinions which are maybe not exactly true but can inspire others to think creatively, like in brain-storming. If you want to avoid boundaries try to ask this question where physicist are gathering. :D
Oct
9
comment Can a brain be modeled as a simplified interaction of different states and their triggers?
Did you saw Plutchik models of emotions and personality?
Oct
9
comment Can a brain be modeled as a simplified interaction of different states and their triggers?
Yes, you have psychoanalisys, Jungian analityc theory, Theory of personal constructs etc... Problem with that is IMO that they can never match biology in one direction and in another big part of that modeling will be memory dependent and it is not testable because memory research did nit gave us fruits yet. ;)
Oct
5
comment Why some people do not perform well with ambiguity and uncertainty?
First, they probably get anxious because they lived in controlable world (i couldt find if it is applicable for all of the gen Z around the world and I think that people in middle east or south america rural places are not affected) And after that there is clear link why anxyous people do not perform well. Anxiety is negatively corelated with IQ and performance (and also learning new material) jstor.org/stable/1126453?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents
Oct
5
revised Why ADHD instead of ADD? / Why predominantly hyperactive-impulsive instead of predominantly-impulsive?
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Oct
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Oct
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answered Why ADHD instead of ADD? / Why predominantly hyperactive-impulsive instead of predominantly-impulsive?
Sep
22
answered How fast can the brain react in order for someone to pull a trigger?
Sep
22
answered Why are some people good at algebra and bad at geometry and vice versa?
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Apr
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accepted What is understood about interactions between personality types or traits?
Apr
29
comment What is understood about interactions between personality types or traits?
very interesting answer, i thought Jungian theory in more wider sense than mbti. mbti is not exactly jungian because they added one new dimension. but i will accept your answer.
Mar
30
comment Is a desire for a certain food related to the nutritional need for that food?
Arnon that is nice idea, but. You will have to organise their children in 2 groups by chance and feed one group with processed food and another with their traditional food and after that measure cravings. Unfortunatelly It could be very unethical.
Jan
30
comment Is there a conflict between Mindfulness-based and Acceptance-based Therapies and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)?
very interesting answer. Do you have this paper: A comparison of cognitive restructuring and cognitive defusion as strategies for resisting a craved food. ?
Jan
13
answered To what degree is emotional state visible in a person's eyes?
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Jan
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comment To what degree is emotional state visible in a person's eyes?
Can you clarify "soley person eyes" does it include facial muscles arround eyes and eyebrows or exclusivelly eyeballs?