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Nov
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comment Does the person's walking say anything about the person's cognition?
Alex I really appreciate your enthusiasm for this site, but I think you should consider putting some more effort into prior research before asking a question here. A search on google scholar for "gait cognition" turns up this article, and several others: apa.org/pubs/journals/releases/neu-202215.pdf
Nov
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revised Is performance reducible to brain activity in an unambiguous way?
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Nov
11
comment Cheapest way to measure arousal levels
I have changed the link to a device that is cheaper, but has a USB connection and monitors GSR, heart rate, and respiration rate. Again, I have not used the device.
Nov
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revised Cheapest way to measure arousal levels
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comment Cheapest way to measure arousal levels
can you elaborate on why you need to connect it to a computer? the device has a digital readout. writing this down using pen and paper does not make it less accurate.
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answered Cheapest way to measure arousal levels
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revised Cheapest way to measure arousal levels
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Nov
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answered Is performance reducible to brain activity in an unambiguous way?
Nov
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comment Psychological research on memorability of passwords?
Consider yourself pointed scholar.google.com/scholar?q=+Password+memorability
Nov
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comment How does a researcher typically go about conducting a survey-based psychological experiment?
this is a valid question, but not suitable for a Q&A format. I would suggest searching amazon.com for a book on 'research methods', or taking a course at your local University. If there is something specific you don't understand in the book, come back and post a new question. As is, this question cannot be adequately answered.
Nov
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comment How does appreciation for music change over time for the same person?
I think this is one of those questions where introspection is a legitimate way to answer. As Josh said, "yes". If there is something more you would like to know, please edit your question. Otherwise, I think closing this question might be appropriate.
Nov
11
answered How does language change the understanding of a complex concept?
Nov
10
answered How can pain sensations appear to originate within the person's skull?
Nov
10
comment What happens neurobiologically when people “think fast”?
is there any reason to believe 'thinking fast' is the product of particular brain areas or neurotransmitters?
Nov
10
comment Is StackExchange.com Addiction Dangerous?
dangerous how? spending too much time on SE may be detrimental to your social life. but you're also helping a lot of SE consumers. what exactly do you want to know? and can you form the question in such a way that requires a concrete, objective answer? otherwise i vote to close.
Nov
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answered Could Fitts Law be used to measure difficulty in platform genre games?
Nov
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revised Does introducing an element of play, hunt, or competition make feeding more rewarding?
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answered Origin of the SEEV Model of visual attention distribution
Oct
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comment Neurotransmitter based imaging techniques
Honey & Bullmore (2004). Human pharmacological MRI, Trends in Pharmacological Sciences, 25, 366-374. @ tinyurl.com/8mw4mtx