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revised Are younger people less capable of driving?
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comment What good psychology and neuroscience books are available that can be used to assist people in how they learn?
Edited title at least to make question more specific and consistent with body. The edit was not intended to argue either way for whether this question is appropriate for the site.
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revised What good psychology and neuroscience books are available that can be used to assist people in how they learn?
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reviewed Satisfactory Qualitative scoring for responses to design fluency task
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reviewed Satisfactory Anti-psychotic medication withdrawal-induced psychosis
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reviewed Satisfactory What's the optimal type of exercise to increase BDNF
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reviewed Satisfactory IQ and Performance in Different Fields
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reviewed Excellent Brain's differences in introverts vs. extroverts
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reviewed Satisfactory Analysis of RTs when speed-accuracy trade-off leading to ceiling accuracy has occurred
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reviewed Excellent Are there any free online questionnaire/survey sites that also measure the time it takes for participants to answer each question?
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reviewed Excellent Paul Ekman suggests that in near-accidents, fear motivates people to hit their car brakes. Is the fear response fast enough to do this?
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reviewed Excellent How to test whether a person is Left-Eared or Right-Eared?
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reviewed Satisfactory Applications and Limitations of EEG Electrode Pooling - Averaging across time series
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comment What is a scientific description of the process of staring blankly into the distance?
Editing questions is a normal feature of the site. In particular first time users often have their question edited in order to make them clearer or more appropriate to the site. It sounds like you are talking more now about surprise rather than staring off into the distance or perhaps something else. I don't think it is clear. Could you clarify what you mean? Feel free to edit the title and content further.
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awarded  Famous Question
Jul
28
revised Why do we train the threshold as a weight in neural networks?
deleted 7 characters in body; edited title
Jul
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revised What is the relationship between perceived difficulty and mistakes/errors?
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Jul
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comment What is a scientific description of the process of staring blankly into the distance?
You may need to be more explicit. Are you talking about the experience of thinking in your mind and applying minimal attention to visual input? Does the concept of "day-dreaming" capture what you are interested in?
Jul
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revised What is a scientific description of the process of staring blankly into the distance?
edited title; edited tags
Jul
28
comment What is the relationship between perceived difficulty and mistakes/errors?
Just to clarify: Why are you interested in perceived difficulty versus objective difficulty?