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Mar
27
comment The effect of lifestyle photography on sales conversion rates
@ChristianHummeluhr There's a certain component of the (unfortunately jargon-laden) neuromarketing that is being talked about in business schools. I think that's why we held on to this at that time.
Mar
27
comment What regulates the strength of motoric signals?
@AliceD There were days when the line between the sites was more hazy and at that point, we were trying to keep some neurobio questions over here, regardless of the degree to which they were "cognitive." Since I have quite unfortunately had even less time, I never got around to answering. It is too late to migrate it to bio, so if you'd like to answer it as a "legacy" question, I'm sure it would be most welcome.
Mar
24
comment What causes loss of the memory of an argument?
Asking about a possible mechanism is fine. Asking for help on how to cure it or whether it's actually a psychological issue is not. I think this is mostly the former. I would encourage you to poke around on sites like PubMed for a bit and see if there is anything to this. It will make your question stronger and you can focus in on what you want to learn about.
Mar
24
reviewed No Action Needed What causes loss of the memory of an argument?
Mar
24
reviewed Reviewed Is being less emotional a bad thing for motivation?
Mar
21
reviewed Close Why do people have different sense of humour?
Mar
21
reviewed Close Tell-tale signs of ability to present information in clear and elegant visual form
Mar
21
reviewed Leave Open Causal reasoning(implicit models?) vs grammar of native language
Mar
21
reviewed Close Are there any legitimate, and reasonable circumstances, where self-delusion is acceptable and/or required?
Mar
21
reviewed Close What are the common nutritional deficiencies in western countries related to reduced mental performance?
Mar
21
reviewed Looks OK Why do some researcher still prefer Myers-Briggs Type Indicator over Five-Factor model?
Mar
17
reviewed Approve mood tag wiki excerpt
Mar
17
reviewed Approve mood tag wiki
Mar
17
reviewed Reviewed A good place to start learning Behaviorism for a Newbie?
Mar
7
comment What is it about the nature of slow-wave sleep that makes it difficult to awaken the sleeper?
You didn't need to make it community wiki, it was fine.
Mar
6
accepted What is it about the nature of slow-wave sleep that makes it difficult to awaken the sleeper?
Mar
6
comment What is it about the nature of slow-wave sleep that makes it difficult to awaken the sleeper?
Please cite all of the sources that you have used. Otherwise, this is a great answer.
Mar
2
comment Does listening to music precludes fMRI thought recognition?
Listening to music does activate other areas of the brain for sure, as I mentioned above "reformulating this in terms of cortex-wide changes..." Given the fact that we can do things like jog and study while we are listening to music, I wouldn't call it an all encompassing "scrambler" like what you are suggesting above, though. There is a very good question buried in here somewhere, it's just a matter of eliminating the "mind reading" facet.
Mar
2
comment Does listening to music precludes fMRI thought recognition?
Probing deeper into the limitations of fMRI as well as the "inverse problem" will tell you that this may never be completely realized.
Mar
1
comment Does listening to music precludes fMRI thought recognition?
This is largely science fiction at this point, so there's no way to answer this. Reformulating this in terms of cortex-wide changes when listening to music might make it more answerable.