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Nov
17
answered Is there a random walk theory that can account for situations with more than two choices?
Nov
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reviewed Leave Open How to computationally model the Wisconsin Card Sorting task?
Nov
17
reviewed Leave Open Which neurotransmitters can be measured in a living human brain?
Nov
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Nov
17
reviewed Leave Open How do you refer to something in APA-style that is not submitted to be published?
Nov
17
reviewed Leave Open Utility or software to visualize Neural Network?
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Nov
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reviewed Reviewed Difference between voting patterns in men and women
Nov
17
revised Difference between voting patterns in men and women
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Nov
17
revised How effective are high audio frequencies in commercials in getting audience attention?
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Nov
17
revised Attention Theory: is it impossible to avoid distraction?
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Nov
17
comment How well defined is ADD/ADHD?
you're right though, that this isn't the best answer. it doesn't address how criteria for the DSM are chosen. my understanding is that this processes is subjective and controversial, but maybe someone can provide a more detailed explanation.
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revised How well defined is ADD/ADHD?
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comment How well defined is ADD/ADHD?
The original question is "How well defined is ADD/ADHD?" The bit about traits clustering together is listed as a potential answer. There's also nothing in there about etiology.
Nov
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comment Is there an actionable branch of cognitive science?
everything said above + human factors, human-computer interaction, neuroergonomics...
Nov
16
revised Is there an R implementation of the linear ballistic accumulator model or Ratcliff's diffusion model for measuring response time and accuracy?
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Nov
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comment Is Decision Making/Theory/Analysis applicable to game design?
agree with Piotr; in a well-structured game, it is possible to determine optimal or normative play, and perhaps assess how and why people deviate from normative strategies. but this doesn't tell us anything about what decisions are "interesting". overall, im still as bit confused as to whats being asked.
Nov
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revised Origin of the SEEV Model of visual attention distribution
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Nov
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revised Why do we prefer visually aligned objects?
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Nov
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revised How well defined is ADD/ADHD?
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