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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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comment Is there any real help for a severe needle phobia?
There's not an SE site on which this question would be appropriate, unfortunately.
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comment Is there any real help for a severe needle phobia?
(since it sounds like you haven't had much luck with the doctors and nurses - there are therapists that specialize in phobias)
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comment Is there any real help for a severe needle phobia?
"Self-help" (or help for others, in this case) questions are off-topic here. I'm sorry you've had such a frustrating time of trying to get him help elsewhere. Try calling a licensed therapist or counselor in your area.
Apr
12
comment Using SPM Anatomy Toolbox
@NickStauner I think technique questions are okay, but answering this would require someone to start from square one.
Apr
11
comment Using SPM Anatomy Toolbox
This is way too broad of a question. Start with a simple example and work your way through a tutorial first.
Apr
4
comment Inducing long term low latent inhibition
I'm a bit uncomfortable with the last paragraph, but I'm not able to come up with a rewording for it. Even with the warning pages, it's a bit prescriptive.
Mar
27
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
27
accepted Do the students that report “friendly” teachers perform better on standardized tests?
Mar
26
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Limitations
Mar
25
awarded  Reviewer
Mar
25
reviewed Reviewed Is pacemaker action potential considered a calcium dependent or sodium/calcium dependent?
Mar
25
reviewed No Action Needed Where does Freud say, “The unconscious mind can only wish?”
Mar
24
comment Is photographic memory possible?
Can you explain a bit of what's in the video rather than just linking to it, please?
Mar
24
comment Is Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) a science or pseudoscience?
That's okay. Mousing over the tag will give you the excerpt. Clicking on it (and then clicking "learn more...") will take you to the actual wiki.
Mar
24
revised Is Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) a science or pseudoscience?
edited tags
Mar
24
comment Is Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) a science or pseudoscience?
Please read the tag wiki, the tag nlp is not for neurolinguistic programming.
Mar
20
reviewed No Action Needed What are the differences between Asperger's Syndrome and Schizoid Personality Disorder?
Mar
19
reviewed Reviewed Why do people feel the need to make changes to a solution presented by another person?
Mar
15
reviewed No Action Needed Why are most people not persuaded by rational arguments?
Mar
14
reviewed Edit suggested edit on Has a Split Brain patient's right brain been asked if he has qualia?