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accepted What is the study with the dual-task experiment that involved a colour-wheel change detection task?
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answered What is the study with the dual-task experiment that involved a colour-wheel change detection task?
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comment What is the study with the dual-task experiment that involved a colour-wheel change detection task?
Thanks, they are a little similar, but that's not quite the one I was looking for. But this paper will be useful and I do appreciate it! I have many of Hollingworth's papers, but didn't have this one.
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asked What is the study with the dual-task experiment that involved a colour-wheel change detection task?
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comment How can I create computer based psychology experiments using OS X?
OS X (the comment was intended for Speldosa, but also for anyone else wanting to use PsychToolbox on OS X. Just something to be aware of; it's not a show-stopper [e.g., you can install multiple instances of Matlab, or just install the latest 64-bit version and use the 32-bit version of Octave to run PsychToolbox scripts]).
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comment How can I create computer based psychology experiments using OS X?
Just make sure that you install MATLAB R2010a or earlier. R2010b and later versions of MATLAB are 64-bit-only, and PsychToolbox is 32-bit-only.
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comment Defining shyness towards strangers in confrontational situations
Indeed, given how many publications there are on the phenomena of interpersonal conflict-resolution styles, there's bound to be something out there to address the integral parts of your question. I just haven't had the time to delve that deeply, and I won't be upset if someone scoops me on a complete answer. ;)
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comment Is there a practical limit to the amount of knowledge a human can learn?
You've made some strong claims about the way the brain works. Could you cite any support for your answer?
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comment Does writing something down help memorize it?
Here's a related question from Skeptics Exchange: skeptics.stackexchange.com/questions/5818/…
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answered Any work being done on Perception, Action, and/or Cognition in Video games?
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