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revised Does intoxication ever improve reaction time?
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Aug
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on What are current neuronal explanations and models of 'consciousness'?
Aug
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comment Is there a psychological condition which promotes literal and overly complicated thinking?
The behavior of the character Sheldon Cooper was frequently found to be consistent with Asperger Syndrome, although the character is not written/designed as such. See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sheldon_Cooper#Asperger_syndrome for further information.
Aug
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revised Is the process of long term potentiation (LTP) definitively linked with brain plasticity?
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answered Is the process of long term potentiation (LTP) definitively linked with brain plasticity?
Aug
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reviewed Leave Closed What drives civilization?
Jul
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on What is the name of the cognitive bias where an expert overestimates the knowledge of others?
Jul
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reviewed Close Intro to EEG - Electroencephalography
Jul
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reviewed Leave Open What is the null hypothesis, when there is no research hypothesis?
Jul
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reviewed Leave Open How should multiple Mechanical Turk research subjects from the same IP address be handled?
Jul
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Jun
12
comment How many samples are there when test subjects come through different recruitment strategies?
This depends on what you are looking for. If you used the different recruitment methods to specifically draw from different populations, you can also consider them distinct samples. In general, it mainly depends on your definition what a sample constitutes in a particular case. You can recruit random people as they walk through the door and decide the first 100 to be your Sample 1 for Study X and the second 100 to be your Sample 2 for Study Y, but you could also call all 200 of them to be just one sample if it suits your needs.
Jun
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comment How many samples are there when test subjects come through different recruitment strategies?
I would still think that this is one sample. Nevertheless I would enter the recruitment method as a independent variable (or covariate?) into the analysis.
May
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Getting started with EEG data
May
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comment Getting started with EEG data
@BenBrocka: I would rather think that the OP refers to Python.
May
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comment Getting started with EEG data
Yes, that is definitely a good book to start with. (+1)
May
13
reviewed Reopen Math or Physics: Which is the more relevant background to enter Cognitive Sciences and Psychology?
May
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reviewed Reviewed Self-fulfilling stereotypes: Have researchers tried inventing new group stereotypes?
May
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reviewed Reviewed Are there any free databases of audio-visual emotional stimuli (English)?