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Feb
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to reliably measure working memory capacity?
Feb
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reviewed Leave Open Is the Raspberry Pi capable of operating as a stimulus presentation system for experiments?
Feb
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reviewed Close What is the fastest language to think in?
Jan
31
revised What is the sleep study that showed that a percentage of humans have a biological clock that is ~28 hours or greater?
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Jan
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comment What is the sleep study that showed that a percentage of humans have a biological clock that is ~28 hours or greater?
65 hours? how is that possible?
Jan
26
answered Minimum duration for presenting a visual stimulus on screen
Jan
19
comment Why do drivers not slow down when they see signs indicating road work?
Ariely's talk is interesting, but I disagree that it applies here. I realize you mention "this does not explain why a hose slowed down traffic", but that is the question, isn't it?
Jan
19
revised What's the Frequency of the ringing in my ear?
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Jan
18
awarded  Yearling
Jan
18
comment Categorization studies with a procedure similar to Shepard et al (1961) and Medin & Schaffer (1978)
can you tell us what you're trying to do? as it is, the information you're requesting is very broad (who knows how each author defines 'performance'?) and the numbers in one study most likely are not comparable to any other.
Jan
14
comment Why do drivers not slow down when they see signs indicating road work?
@OriesokVlassky ah yes, i think i misread. but i still don't think this is an answerable question.
Jan
11
reviewed Edit suggested edit on How valid is Lumosity's Brain Performance Index and what normative information is available?
Jan
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revised How valid is Lumosity's Brain Performance Index and what normative information is available?
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Jan
10
comment What happens in your brain when a concept “clicks”?
@Growler try Google Scholar. This was the first result for "aha moment": The Aha! Moment: The Cognitive Neuroscience of Insight
Jan
6
comment Is there any science behind movie/commercial camera angle changes?
this question is very vague/broad. could you narrow it down perhaps?
Jan
2
revised Best practice to handle double negatives when using the expectancy-value model?
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Dec
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comment Are there any reliable self-tests for autism spectrum disorder?
trained clinicians use the dsm criteria to diagnose autism spectrum disorders behaviorally. looking at these criteria is the closest you'll get to a self-diagnosis, but it won't be reliable. however, if a formal diagnosis would give you no benefits, i'm not sure what good an informal diagnosis would do. if you want to be diagnosed, the only reliable way is to visit a professional.
Dec
31
comment Any research on right-hand/left-hand based preferences when interacting with an interface?
your question may also be suitable for ux.stackexchange.com
Dec
31
revised In what ways can someone increase their brain function while reading
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Dec
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revised Does anxiety produce adrenaline or does adrenaline make the person anxious?
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