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(a.k.a. jonsca here)

Sir Charles Scott Sherrington is one of my science heroes, so I'm featuring him on my cogsci profile. He is often credited with coining the word "synapse."


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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Name for compulsive need to mimic another's symptoms of illness?
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comment Do all humans have some amount of prions?
I think this might be more appropriate for Biology.SE.
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reviewed Leave Open Human's psychology about learning
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reviewed No Action Needed What's the major difference between mind and brain?
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reviewed Reviewed What's the major difference between mind and brain?
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reviewed Close Catching patterns in a number sequence
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reviewed Leave Open About the possibility of 'Robot Psychology'
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revised What background is required to understand the book “Principles of Neural Science”?
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comment What background is required to understand the book “Principles of Neural Science”?
I think the question is a little broad, so if anyone has any ideas on how to transform it into something more canonical, go for it.
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answered What background is required to understand the book “Principles of Neural Science”?
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reviewed No Action Needed Does the brain burn more calories when “thinking quickly”?
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reviewed Reviewed Universal Mind? Nature or Nurture?
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reviewed Reviewed Is the mind's adaptation to increased traveling speeds, physical or psychological?
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reviewed Reviewed Research into relation between constructed language choices and measurable cognitive skills
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revised Research into relation between constructed language choices and measurable cognitive skills
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reviewed Reviewed Terminology for introvert's frustration after excessive social exposure
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comment Terminology for introvert's frustration after excessive social exposure
I think you're on to something here, but a reference to back it up would make this a stronger answer.
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reviewed Close About the Turing test and a Robot's psychology
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comment About the Turing test and a Robot's psychology
@Seanny123 No harm, no foul. You can incorporate any of the changes you want into the other question.
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reviewed Reviewed What's the major difference between mind and brain?