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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 Reviewed Do you need sleep every night?
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23
reviewed Leave Open What is the psychology of morality?
Dec
23
reviewed No Action Needed What is the mechanism behind time perception?
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reviewed No Action Needed Is unsweetened tea 'stronger' than sweetened tea
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reviewed No Action Needed How do people perceive subjective scales?
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reviewed No Action Needed How do people perceive subjective scales?
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reviewed No Action Needed Are people more likely to pick the odd one out?
Dec
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reviewed No Action Needed Looking for happines in marriage survey according to living/not living together before marriage
Dec
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reviewed No Action Needed Is ignoring messages a learned behavior?
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reviewed No Action Needed What are some theories on Cognitive model of Human Imagination?
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reviewed No Action Needed Psychological explanation for perceptions of the Loch Ness monster
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reviewed No Action Needed How do personality tests work that require you to choose one of two statement that applies most to you?
Dec
17
reviewed Reviewed Are people more likely to pick the odd one out?
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reviewed Edit suggested edit on How do personality tests work that require you to choose one of two statement that applies most to you?
Dec
17
reviewed Close What does Lumosity's Flexibility measure?
Dec
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reviewed No Action Needed What's the impact of studying learning theory in actual learning?
Dec
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reviewed Leave Open Frequency of schizophrenia symptoms related to mass surveillance?
Dec
15
reviewed Reviewed Why is Asperger Syndrome poorly recognised in France?
Dec
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reviewed No Action Needed Eating disorders and childhood sexual abuse
Dec
15
reviewed Reviewed Reference for beginners: psychology