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I do research in behavioural change.


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comment Do cultures differ in the perception of emotions from body expression?
Thank you, the whole thesis is also an interesting find as a source of references.
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comment Longitudinal mobile mood tracking app with random reminders
@Krysta I would said iOS specific 9 months ago, but now I don't mined Android too.
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comment Is there a correlation between facial features and personality?
@GregMcNulty: no worries mate, you're welcome:)
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answered Is there a correlation between facial features and personality?
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comment Is Golden Ratio's association with perceived beauty a myth?
@BenBrocka: Hehehe yeah, it is quite bad stimuli, but the result is still interesting. It is one of the very very few studies that examined brain activity when the ratio is violated. I guess that authors wanted very evident example, so poor David turns into mutant, especially in the first image.
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answered Is Golden Ratio's association with perceived beauty a myth?
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comment Sensory Immersion Research?
Thank you @BenCole. I guess that with the meditation I specifically meant that it is easier to use it in distraction-less conditions, rather then sensory overloaded conditions. I don't doubt that you can still do it if conditions are less optimal, but it is probably harder.
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comment Why do humans have sex in private?
@Tiberiu-IonuțStan: Chill out mate, I'm not attacking you, just your flawed argument. Obviously we don't understand each other. You seem to say that laws are ultimate cause of people practicing private sex, which I disagree. Here we're arguing that there are deeper aspects of human functioning that brought us to this point in history, where we created such laws, and we are trying to give scientific account for this. I give extreme examples because it shows how laws can't define human behaviour, they just reflect some collective agreement about what the behaviour ought to be.