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comment Can lucid dreaming detract from the recuperative effect of REM sleep?
@draks... '@Artem i posted the link because i thought it provided an answer to your question, but this is not my area of expertise. if one of you wants to paraphrase the answer on quora or do some more research, that would be great, but i don't have time for it at the moment
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answered Is implicit and explicit memory a useful distinction?
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revised Build model to explain data
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answered Build model to explain data
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comment In SDT, how is an increase in detection sensitivity conceptualised in terms of the movement of the distributions?
it's worth noting that one can also represent an increase in sensitivity as a decrease in the standard deviation of the distributions
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reviewed Close The psychology of patriotism, dying for one's own country
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comment Lexical Decision (Web-)App
nice, thanks for the contribution!
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comment Are there any free databases of audio-visual emotional stimuli (English)?
duplicate? or are you specifically looking for stimuli that are audio AND visual, rather than audio OR visual?
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comment Analyzing control questions data for a survey
agreed, this should definitely be a first step before "correcting" the "problem"
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comment How to use Mechanical Turk for longer studies (i.e., 30 minutes+)?
There are no real restrictions on what you can do for an mturk study; all experiment code can be hosted and run on your own servers.
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comment Analyzing control questions data for a survey
As for the issue of satisficing, I'm simply answering the OP's question. He is concerned about it, and other researchers have voiced concerns as well. I never claimed that it was a widespread problem, but it appears to be a problem in at least some circumstances.