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Jan
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awarded  Yearling
Jan
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comment Is it possible to run multiple thought processes concurrently?
there really aren't "left brain" and "right brain" tasks though. split-brain patients don't reflect typical brain functioning.
Dec
9
awarded  Taxonomist
Sep
23
revised How to convert .tlrc file to .orig file?
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Sep
22
comment How to convert .tlrc file to .orig file?
This question would not at all be appropriate for StackOverflow or SuperUser. It's not about programming. It's about transforming MRI data from Talairach space back to its original coordinates. OP is using AFNI for data analysis. Please don't vote to close because you don't understand the question, but request clarification instead.
Jul
2
comment Research on aversion to cognitive effort?
Another relevant paper: Shah & Oppenheimer (2008) "Heuristic Made Easy: An Effort-Reduction Framework"
Feb
10
reviewed Leave Open Is there a criteria in the design of a cognitive control task (Flanker task with letters H and S)?
Feb
10
reviewed Close Methods for stimulating exact positions in the body
Feb
10
comment Is there a difference between hearing and decoding the sound?
i can hear the TV in the background without processing what the actors are saying. i can listen to a French speaker without understanding her because I don't speak French. so yes, of course. can you clarify your question maybe?
Feb
1
revised Do female victims of rape have an increased risk of becoming a sex offender?
to prevent against future dead links
Jan
21
reviewed Close Cognitive Dissonance
Jan
21
reviewed Close As adults, is it possible for thoughts to originate from our own thinking?
Jan
20
awarded  Revival
Jan
20
comment Is Altmann's memory-for-goals model valid for higher-level multitasking?
Trafton, Altmann, Brock & Mintz (2002) may be of interest.
Jan
19
comment Participant / Subject Pool Management Solutions
experimetrix is another popular one
Jan
18
awarded  Yearling
Jan
1
revised What do you call the inability to see alternative solutions to a problem?
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Jan
1
answered What do you call the inability to see alternative solutions to a problem?
Dec
31
comment What are the possible causes of sometimes using incorrect word ordering when speaking?
can you give an example of what you mean by "incorrect word ordering"?
Dec
31
answered What does speaking in third person denote?