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Sep
8
comment What is the neurobiological basis of Spearman general factor of intelligence?
i mean absolutely what you mentioned. biology to IQ to IQ measurement. I know that there are several concepts IQ from Spearman to Guilford to Gardner, but I am interested if there are any research which will connect spearman works to biology. if there are some other research related to guilford or gardner i will also like to read that.
Sep
8
asked What is the neurobiological basis of Spearman general factor of intelligence?
Sep
1
comment Does hypnotherapy/hypnosis, in any form, for any type of disorder, work?
I am very interested in peer reviewed research also.
Sep
1
answered Can ESP and out-of-body phenomena be understood as a form of dreaming or hallucination?
Aug
21
comment Why would a behaviour effect one sex?
Maybe there are also some statistical artefacts, like statistical significance because enourmous number of participants? There are research papers which find something statisticaly significant but it doesn't important in real life, like difference in spatial factor?
Aug
2
comment Status of introspection in psychological research today
when you ask participant in survey: please answer how do you feel and rate it on lickert scale 1-5. Is that introspection?
Aug
2
answered Dopamine deficiency more frequent in the addiction prone?
Aug
2
comment What are the neurological mechanisms for a fear of heights when atop a building, but not in a plane?
I did it, something is wrong with this computer I am using now.
Aug
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revised What are the neurological mechanisms for a fear of heights when atop a building, but not in a plane?
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Aug
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Aug
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answered What are the neurological mechanisms for a fear of heights when atop a building, but not in a plane?
Aug
1
comment What drives civilization?
Can someone explain why this is not question for CogSci. It is question about centrifugal forces among people and places. Even Richard S. Lazarus with cognitive-mediational theory of emotion had references to teritory...
Aug
1
comment What drives civilization?
@Everyone Why do you think humans are not separated into castes? You mean genetically? There are classes instead of classes. In India there are also classes with hard boundaries named casta.
Aug
1
comment What drives civilization?
i added in EDIT2 direct answer.
Aug
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revised What drives civilization?
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Aug
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answered What drives civilization?
Jul
31
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.
Jul
31
answered Have humans always had problems with motivation and laziness?
Jul
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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.