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I got my first degree as a musician (jazz guitar) and returned to school a couple of years ago as a psychology major. As of now I am a graduate student. I have a strong interest in methodology and statistics.

In my bachelor thesis I compared the Variability Effect from Cognitive Load Theory with the phenomenon of Interleaved Learning from a connectionist point of view. Currently I am trying to build on this work. I am working on a proposal of how hierarchically structured learning material can be analysed to make predictions about the order in which the underlying concepts might be distinguished from another.


Sep
15
accepted Are there guidelines in the peer reviewing process on assessing methodology?
Sep
12
awarded  Mortarboard
Sep
11
comment Are Lawrence Kohlberg's stages of moral development supported by empirical evidence?
@what +1 if I could;-) I'll leave it like this.
Sep
11
comment Are Lawrence Kohlberg's stages of moral development supported by empirical evidence?
@what Alright then. Thanks for letting me use your knowledge! Give me some time and I will edit my answer.
Sep
11
comment Are Lawrence Kohlberg's stages of moral development supported by empirical evidence?
@what Thanks for your edit. It improves my answer quite a bit. While I am thankful for that, maybe you want to incorporate those insights into your own answer...
Sep
11
comment Classification of Attachment Styles
I don't think that you should delete it. Concentrate on the stuff about attachment avoidance and attachment anxiety. That's totally relevant.
Sep
11
comment Classification of Attachment Styles
Thanks a lot for your effort, I appreciate it. +1 Please give me some time to respond, my schedule does not always allow me to comment right after something has been posted. There was a lot in your answer that did not really relate to my question, though. I found the answer I was looking for and posted it. When you read it, I think you will know what I mean. Since the site is about getting good answers, maybe you want to consider editing your answer a bit?
Sep
11
answered Classification of Attachment Styles
Sep
11
answered Are Lawrence Kohlberg's stages of moral development supported by empirical evidence?
Sep
9
answered What is the most effective maximum work duration per day?
Sep
7
comment Failing to recognise one's own work
Hmm, I am afraid this is not an answer to your question. See my answer for an explanation.
Sep
7
answered Failing to recognise one's own work
Sep
7
answered Does fluency on a psychomotor task result from practice and a focus on accuracy?
Aug
25
comment Classification of Attachment Styles
@Damien Hmm,interesting. They use the terms I asked about. And from that website it seems that all styles are on one dimension with an ordering from "good" to "bad". That's yet another view.
Aug
23
revised How do memories come up for no apparent reason? Is this evidence that we remember everything?
Changed the title of the question so that people will know what it is about without actually reading it.
Aug
23
suggested suggested edit on How do memories come up for no apparent reason? Is this evidence that we remember everything?
Aug
23
revised Classification of Attachment Styles
Added a reference to how the two "new" styles are assessed.
Aug
23
asked Classification of Attachment Styles
Aug
23
revised What are effective strategies for increasing concentration and motivation when doing seemingly passive activities such as reading journal articles?
Added a line to bring out the difference between proximal and distal goals.
Aug
23
answered What are effective strategies for increasing concentration and motivation when doing seemingly passive activities such as reading journal articles?