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revised Does psychology have a name for the “click” experienced in mathematics?
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answered Just because masturbation doesn't interfere with everyday life, why aren't higher rates considered an addiction?
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answered Does psychology have a name for the “click” experienced in mathematics?
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revised Can general intelligence be understood as pattern analysis?
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answered Where can I find a longitudinal study with a binary response?
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answered Does personality imply an inclination to be an expert in one field or average in “all” fields?
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comment Does personality imply an inclination to be an expert in one field or average in “all” fields?
Just to clarify, (a) are you asking whether people in general prefer to be experts or generalists? (b) are you asking about the existence of individual differences in this tendency? Also, what do you mean by people being "born" a particular way given that we all grow up in a family and a society that shapes our motivations?
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answered Problem solving capability as a “function” of room temperature
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comment How can I prime aversion to conflict?
Meier, B. P., Robinson, M. D., & Wilkowski, B. M. (2006). Turning the Other Cheek Agreeableness and the Regulation of Aggression-Related Primes. Psychological Science, 17(2), 136-142. PDF has some discussion of aggression primes
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comment Does a person's brain still contain a record of daily events?
@chuck I want to make a comment about the irony in your comment potentially giving rise to a flag, but I worry that the irony in my comment might also be flagged.
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answered Does a person's brain still contain a record of daily events?
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answered Is there a function between loss of memory and time?
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revised Relationship between cognitive load and self-indulgent behavior in simple task completion
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comment How would synapses behave if resting potential was zero?
@ChuckSherrington just letting you know that your comment was flagged as "rude/offensive". :-) I think the joke that jonsca and Chuck are the same person may have been missed.