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comment What drives civilization?
i added in EDIT2 direct answer.
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answered What drives civilization?
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comment Have humans always had problems with motivation and laziness?
It is very modern way to answer the question and I appreciate that. This psycholinguistic approach added something valuable to answer.
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answered Have humans always had problems with motivation and laziness?
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comment Why do people talk fast in presentations when nervous?
@Krysta Maybe it is two-process model. Task oriented presenters will finish their presentation fast, and people oriented presenters will allocate more working memory on participant reactions. It will be very interesting to check this model experimentally.
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comment Why do people talk fast in presentations when nervous?
i tried to improve answer
Jul
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comment Is the decline of fluid IQ with age less severe for professors and scientists than it is for other people?
Very interesting answer. I noticed that lot of IQ tests (RPM or California) have different norms for age groups. So how they measure decline of IQ. Is it decline of IQ as apsolute mental strength? Or drop in numbers measured by specific test?
Jul
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answered Are imprinting and computer literacy connected?
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accepted Information sampling task
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asked Information sampling task
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comment Psychometric information on IPIP representation of NEO facets
Did you asked the author(s)? I also tried to mimic official NEO-PI with IPIP but also couldnt find norms. I asked on faculty but they told me that norms does not exist.
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answered Why do people talk fast in presentations when nervous?
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comment Why do people talk fast in presentations when nervous?
Are you looking for answer on biological or cognitive level?
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answered What are the mechanics behind the mind of a conspiracy theorist?
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comment Name of the bias where someone really needs something after they find out it exists
in addition bias could be seen in a behavior which product you'v choosen. Is it cheap or well advertised product or something new... etc.
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comment Name of the bias where someone really needs something after they find out it exists
It is a question of unsatisfied need, not bias. ie, you are going to shopping with a list, after shopping you realize that you bought few things more. you satisfied needs which were not in your focus.
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comment Is dominance a hypothetical construct or is it based in neurobiology?
I know for several ways to determine dominance as a trait. I asked this question because of S-O-R paradigm and this document: nimh.nih.gov/research-priorities/rdoc/index.shtml Altough it will be very interesting to determine what is logic (or minimum) to conclude if some behavior is hardwired in brain or DNA.