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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 Close What causes post-masturbation guilt?
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reviewed Close Can you give advices on spirituality as a psychologist?
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reviewed Leave Open Is unsweetened tea 'stronger' than sweetened tea
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reviewed Close What makes some people politically liberal and conservative about military drones?
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reviewed Close What does it mean to overthink?
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reviewed Leave Open Does a loser prefer the winner to subsequently lose or win?
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reviewed Close Why is bubble wrap so fun?
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reviewed Close identity- why is it important and can it be changed?
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awarded  Nice Answer
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awarded  Enlightened
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awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
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comment What are current neuronal explanations and models of 'consciousness'?
@Sophy Linkifying the DOIs like I have done serves the same purpose and makes the post neater without having the raw URLs there.
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reviewed Reject What are current neuronal explanations and models of 'consciousness'?
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revised What are current neuronal explanations and models of 'consciousness'?
Used the direct link to the PDF and linkified the DOIs
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comment What are current neuronal explanations and models of 'consciousness'?
@Sophy Awesome! You can suggest an edit if you'd like
Nov
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comment The accuracy & malleability of memory for color
It was hard to tell that from the phrasing, but your first paragraph clarified all of that anyway. Feel free to add in additional information. We're not out to be draconian, the close reason is necessary to prevent a lot of "I have X, Y, Z symptoms, what's wrong with me?"-type questions, which this really wasn't at its core, anyway, but eliminating that ambiguity made it a stronger question.
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comment The accuracy & malleability of memory for color
I have removed the final portion (which was my sticking point with the self-help aspect of the question) and voted to reopen. If you are concerned about how this neurological difference pertains to you, it's best to ask a clinician about it.
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reviewed Edit and Reopen The accuracy & malleability of memory for color
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revised The accuracy & malleability of memory for color
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reviewed Reviewed The accuracy & malleability of memory for color