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Jan
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comment Is recall for an appropriately color coded string of symbols a good measure of level of synesthesia?
@nick ok, if you don't mind the ads...:D
Jan
29
comment Is recall for an appropriately color coded string of symbols a good measure of level of synesthesia?
@nick let's see if there are experts around that can help. I thought about coding an app for my tablet to test myself. Any suggestions?
Jan
29
comment Is recall for an appropriately color coded string of symbols a good measure of level of synesthesia?
@nick if you don't need to assume your synesthety to provide an answer, go ahead...
Jan
29
comment Does data support Domhoff's neurocognitive theory of dreams?
+1, great link to Domhoff's work...
Jan
29
comment Do people with chromesthesia and tinnitus see the “ringing” caused by tinnitus?
@nick every kind of tinnitus is fine (for the question...)
Jan
28
asked Do people with chromesthesia and tinnitus see the “ringing” caused by tinnitus?
Jan
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asked Is recall for an appropriately color coded string of symbols a good measure of level of synesthesia?
Jan
13
reviewed Reviewed Can working memory actually be improved?
Jan
13
reviewed Reviewed Does a person experience release of dopamine while doing something she/he enjoys?
Jan
13
reviewed Reviewed How to make diagnosis of these symptoms using Pet scan, fMRI, and EEG?
Jan
13
reviewed No Action Needed Name needed for psychological practice which uses objects that represent humans [dolls/pictures/etc.] during patient treatment
Jan
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reviewed Reviewed Is handwriting style heritable?
Jan
11
comment Is the price of higher intelligence and more complex behaviours more mental illness?
I got some facts about that, see here...
Jan
11
asked Is this some sort of soft-coded Grapheme-Color synethesia?
Jan
11
comment What's the percentage of people that are mental calculator prodigies?
+1 thanks for steady flow of answers...
Jan
11
accepted What's the percentage of people that are mental calculator prodigies?
Jan
10
accepted How many calories do we burn when we try to understand mathematical proofs?
Jan
10
comment How many calories do we burn when we try to understand mathematical proofs?
Caseyr547, thanks for this quite interesting references...
Jan
10
revised How many calories do we burn when we try to understand mathematical proofs?
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Jan
10
comment How many calories do we burn when we try to understand mathematical proofs?
Do you have absolute numbers? For comparison: "And if it’s the right wood and the right chess grand masters in the middle of a tournament, they are going through 6,000 to 7,000 calories a day thinking" from here...