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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 Why do most people laugh with a “ha” sound?
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Mar
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comment How is music preference related to personality traits or particular qualities?
It looks like a good starting point; hopefully either the author of this answer or someone else can edit this answer to incorporate something of what was found in the article to make this self-contained.
Mar
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revised Is there a formal name for the “love” of arguing?
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revised Is there a formal name for the “love” of arguing?
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revised What topics are included in theoretical cognitive science?
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revised Are there other programs like MIRI for mathematics, intelligence and brain enthusiasts?
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revised What subjects to study in order to prepare for a research career in theoretical neuroscience?
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Mar
5
comment Can we explain the tendency of investors dollar cost averaging in terms of loss aversion?
Just curious, if you have \$100,000 to invest and you are putting \$1000 into the market each week, where does a DCA investor put the remainder of their money (i.e., the \$99,000 in week 1, the \$98,000 in week 2, etc.). Surely the performance of that implicit investment is particularly relevant to evaluating the DCA strategy.
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5
revised Can we explain the tendency of investors dollar cost averaging in terms of loss aversion?
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comment Does everyone have some degree of Aspergers?
You might want to do a search for "taxometrics and asperger". Taxometrics is a discipline that examines the question of whether something is categorical or continuous. It has been particularly applied to psychology.
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revised Does everyone have some degree of Aspergers?
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revised Why do many psychological tests have items with only two response options which may both be true?
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revised Are words and ideas written in a distinctive font easier to remember?
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revised What is the difference between the MMPI and the Myers–Briggs Type Inventory?
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comment Are perceptions of beauty and the ideal partner mostly determined by mass media?
Question seemed to be asking two questions at very different levels of generality. Given there were no answers, I've edited to focus on just one. Feel free to ask the more general question as a separate question if you wish.
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revised Are perceptions of beauty and the ideal partner mostly determined by mass media?
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Mar
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revised What is the difference between a schema and a heuristic?
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revised What is relationship between being a good person and functioning in society?
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