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Jun
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reviewed No Action Needed Problem solving capability as a “function” of room temperature
Jun
19
revised Is there a function between loss of memory and time?
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Jun
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revised Fusiform Face Area (FFA) for within class recognition?
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Jun
17
revised Have there been any studies which report a positive correlation between eating certain foods and reported sleep disturbances?
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Jun
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asked Have there been any studies which report a positive correlation between eating certain foods and reported sleep disturbances?
Jun
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comment What is it about the nature of slow-wave sleep that makes it difficult to awaken the sleeper?
I think people have probably done that in research, but clinically, it's more of an art than a science sometimes, hehe.
Jun
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comment What is it about the nature of slow-wave sleep that makes it difficult to awaken the sleeper?
@Ana Stage III is defined as <50% delta activity (so activity like spindles, etc. are allowed), and stage IV requires >50% delta activity (see neurores.wikidot.com/stage-iii-iv-sleep-eeg)
Jun
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comment What is it about the nature of slow-wave sleep that makes it difficult to awaken the sleeper?
@Ana I will have to look up the criteria again.
Jun
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comment How would synapses behave if resting potential was zero?
@mishr No worries! I think it's funny, as did Jeromy, I think. I hope I won't be suspended :P
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asked What is it about the nature of slow-wave sleep that makes it difficult to awaken the sleeper?
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comment How would synapses behave if resting potential was zero?
Nice job with it. I think your bio question would have been on topic here as well. If you don't get a response over there (except for some idiot named jonsca commenting ;)) you could flag it to be migrated.
Jun
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reviewed No Action Needed Are there any cognitive test (or test suites) available on the iPad?
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comment How would synapses behave if resting potential was zero?
Since you've contributed a lot to this discussion, I would definitely invite you to combine your comments into an answer, as I've learned quite a bit from them (sometimes you can teach an old Chuck Sherrington new tricks!) @Luke