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Sep
3
comment How does the alpha brain wave frequency range distribute over the population?
@jona looks promising...
Aug
26
comment Are there useful applications for three channel consumer EEG?
@jona what is wrong with the first (now removed) link?
Aug
21
comment Are there useful applications for three channel consumer EEG?
+1 great answer...
Mar
25
comment Does writing something on computer help memorize it?
Great, I was just onto asking this question...
Mar
25
comment Is it true that drinking water before bed causes dreams to be more vivid?
@what after reading parts of the article, I think that positive means that it was good for them to wake up before worse things happened. But thanks for your effort...
Mar
24
comment 12 percent of our dreams are in black and white?
@JeromyAnglim it's fine like that...thanks!
Feb
12
comment Is there an easy way to tell whether I woke up during REM or non-REM sleep?
+1 thanks for your ideas: 1. Since I want to judge whether my dreams come from REM or non-REM sleep, this drops out. I should have written this, sorry. 2. I would need a nightvision camera, but it sounds interesting. 3. Since this is my own sleep study I can't sign up somewhere else...
Feb
11
comment Do different methods of testing memory for character sequences result in different brain activation?
Why all the downvotes? BTW: +1
Feb
11
comment 432 Hz vs. 440 Hz frequencies: health and psychological effects?
"432 Hz is said to be mathematically consistent with the patterns of the universe..." Where is that from?
Feb
6
comment Does the time required to read a word grow linearly with the number of characters?
What? (pun ;-) How does "the length of the words has probably no noticeable effect" relate to MacDuff's answer?
Jan
29
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
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
comment What's the percentage of people that are mental calculator prodigies?
+1 thanks for steady flow of answers...
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
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...
Jan
7
comment Can lucid dreaming detract from the recuperative effect of REM sleep?
@jeff would you mind posting an answer here?