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Apr
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awarded  personality
Apr
28
comment Are mentally ill people more violent?
Just to clarify, is your question: (a) Why do people think that people with a mental illness are more violent? or (b) Are people with a mental illness more violent? And if you mean (b), then could you clarify what the comparison group is. I.e., more violent than who?
Apr
28
revised Are mentally ill people more violent?
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Apr
27
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
27
revised When using APA style citations, is it acceptable to have page numbers for everything?
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Apr
27
revised What is the psychological effect of wearing black clothes?
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Apr
27
comment How are the questions in IQ tests formulated?
@Christian I can see that you feel that iq tag would be useful. Please discuss issue in meta before engaging in mass retagging. If the community approves of this, only then do it. There is an argument that the iq tag is not required. i.e., many questions tagged intelligence are about iq; having both tags will mean that many people using the iq tag will fail to apply the broader discipline tag.
Apr
27
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
26
wiki created apa-style description
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Apr
26
answered When using APA style citations, is it acceptable to have page numbers for everything?
Apr
22
comment What is the state of the art in computerised coding of Thematic Apperception Tests (TATs)?
@ChristianHummeluhr I haven't looked into it myself. Many years back, I helped out coding a whole pile of responses to TATs. It was quite resource intensive. You also have all sorts of challenges with inter-rater reliability, and so forth. So I was curious whether anyone has looked into computerised scoring.
Apr
22
revised Where can I find stimuli for steady-state visually-evoked potentials?
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Apr
20
revised Name this partner selection experiment where participants can see the value of others but not themselves and seek to pair with high value others?
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Apr
18
revised Has anyone ever conducted a psychological experiment to test whether an arbitrator appointed by one party tends to judge in favour of that party?
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Apr
18
revised How does the brain physically get tired?
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Apr
17
asked How to obtain well-written demographic items?
Apr
14
revised Do researchers and laypeople understand statistics differently?
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Apr
13
revised Does Spaun's serial memory exhibit proactive interference and serial searching
just added full references; straight links to pdfs tend to stop working after a few years
Apr
13
awarded  Revival