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I am a Lecturer in the School of Psychology at Deakin University bridging I/O psychology and statistics.

I'm quite active on the Cognitive Sciences and Statistics Stack Exchanges.

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revised What is the difference between biological and artificial neural networks?
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answered What is the name of the condition where you feel like you have been somewhere before?
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revised What is the difference between cognition and artificial intelligence in the context of robotics?
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revised What causes people to rapidly lose skill after becoming moderately good at something?
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comment How do laypeople form a judgement that another person is smart or intelligent?
I tried to help distil the question. In essence I think you're asking about how everyday people form judgements about intelligence. Thus, the question is not talking about how psychologists should categorise someone as intelligent, but rather how laypeople actually do it. Note that the question is now no longer subjective even though the individual decision making process is.
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revised What method(s) are available which demonstrably increase a person's g factor, (assuming such are available)?
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revised What is the minimum angle off horizontal before a line visually appears inclined at first glance?
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revised Do people who lose their faith tend to replace it with other non-evidence-based reasoning?
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answered What factors affect the g factor?
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comment What are the average raw scores, and standard deviations for the WAIS-IV subtests?
@caseyr547 That's why it is a comment. It also embodies the point that if you are using a test, ethically you should understand how to use the test, and that involves reading the test manual.
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revised Reference Request: Neurorobot
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comment What are the average raw scores, and standard deviations for the WAIS-IV subtests?
I imagine the information you are after would be in the WAIS IV scoring manual. Many university schools of psychology should have a copy.
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