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comment How do ligands bind to and release from receptors?
@ChristianHummeluhr I've been pretty busy over the last couple of years. I can't promise I will be able to answer at this time, but I think questions like these should be "grandfathered" in. While I respect and admire the work that you've put into the site thus far, the Area 51 numbers aren't everything.
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reviewed Reviewed Can the brain be trained into a state of persistent happiness?
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reviewed Leave Open Why do the colors I see associated with a particular vibration/sound change?
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reviewed Close Does the brain burn more calories when “thinking quickly”?
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reviewed Close Do more creative people have more unusual dreams?
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reviewed Close Writing system, its future and social importance
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reviewed Leave Closed Is there a relationship between gender and the effectiveness of various psychotherapeutic methods?
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reviewed Close What cognitive abilities show the largest B-W differences in variance?
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reviewed Close What cognitive abilities show the smallest B-W differences in mean scores?
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reviewed Close Spiritual interpretation of dreams vs. scientific interpretation of dreams
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comment What mental illnesses cause different performance on the Wisconsin Card Sorting Task
My point was more that ataxia is not considered a "cognitive" impairment.
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comment What mental illnesses cause different performance on the Wisconsin Card Sorting Task
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ataxia
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reviewed Leave Open Linguistic marking of generality and specificity and attunement to audience's state of knowledge
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reviewed Close Does this neural network model exist?
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reviewed Close How does human brain pick out the most likely representation of object when an object is ambiguous?
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comment How does human brain pick out the most likely representation of object when an object is ambiguous?
@ChristianHummeluhr I agree. If you'd like to whittle it down to focusing on the inferior temporal cortex which is where much of this processing is thought to go on, I think it would be answerable.
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reviewed Close Standardizing sales data with dollar market data within USA
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reviewed Close Available Therapy for Damaged Object Constancy
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reviewed Leave Open Do people talk faster than they process?