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Mar
25
comment How can I prime aversion to conflict?
I've updated the link
Mar
25
revised How can I prime aversion to conflict?
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Mar
24
comment How can I prime aversion to conflict?
@ChristianHummeluhr Okay. I've made it answer.
Mar
24
answered How can I prime aversion to conflict?
Mar
24
revised What causes loss of the memory of an argument?
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Mar
24
answered Are there any reliable type descriptions for Big Five personality traits?
Mar
23
revised What are the brain regions related to tinnitus shown in this figure?
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Mar
23
revised How to describe research on the effect of expectations on memory?
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Mar
20
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Mar
20
revised What it is called when a mother has sexual desires towards her son?
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Mar
16
comment Does pessimism lead to greater happiness because low expectations lead to less disappointment?
I've edited the question a bit to hopefully clarify a few things.
Mar
16
revised Does pessimism lead to greater happiness because low expectations lead to less disappointment?
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Mar
12
revised Why might a person get widely varying scores on different online IQ tests?
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Mar
5
revised Is the depletion effect of self-control reliable?
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Mar
4
revised Is volition a reality or an illusion?
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Mar
3
revised How did the concepts of left and right direction develop in the human mind?
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Mar
2
revised Is there a term to describe the tendency to attribute the cause of a bad outcome to a recent event?
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Mar
1
revised What causes someone to frequently see particular patterns of digits when they look at a clock?
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Mar
1
comment What causes someone to frequently see particular patterns of digits when they look at a clock?
@Chris. Yes. It's a bit annoying that when a moderator re-opens after making edits, then the vote to close button seems to disappear. As such, it then becomes difficult to have the usual threshold of votes for re-closing. Perhaps as a workaround, if others think it should be re-closed after the changes, they could upvote your comment, and if it gets a few upvotes, we should close it?
Mar
1
comment A good place to start learning Behaviorism for a Newbie?
Could you elaborate on why it's good?