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asked How much overlap should I expect between Medline and PsycINFO?
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accepted Make a search limited only to Medline?
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asked Make a search limited only to Medline?
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comment Cheapest way to measure arousal levels
And its recorded only with your iPhone (no extra equipment)?
Nov
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revised A psychological theory that explains why people remember only the outcome?
I just cleaned up the grammar and some spelling errors.
Nov
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comment Cheapest way to measure arousal levels
The effects I will be looking for might appear within a time frame of half, or a quarter, of a second and I will be recording for 20-30 minutes per participant. I don't think I have it in me to write down 4 results per second for half an hour :)
Nov
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comment Cheapest way to measure arousal levels
Seems interesting. I will check it out! However, this won't do for my experiment, since my participants will be seated and just look at a monitor. That is; there won't be very much movement to record in the first place.
Nov
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comment Cheapest way to measure arousal levels
Well, I need something that records straight to the computer during an experiment, and it needs to be really accurate, so recording something with pen and paper will not do (that is, that method does not satisfy requirement b above). To bad you can't connect the GSR meter you linked to to a computer via USB, because it would be perfect!
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asked Cheapest way to measure arousal levels
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comment What causes laughter?
I don't have time to write up an answer right now, but you should check out the book "Inside Jokes" (amazon.com/Inside-Jokes-Using-Humor-Reverse-Engineer/dp/…). I think you will find it highly interesting given your questions.
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revised For depression diagnoses, does one make a clear distinction between endogenous and exogenous causes of depression?
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revised Method for evaluating how emotionally evocative a question is?
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accepted Why does a stuffed up nose clear up momentarily when the person having it is startled or has an orgasm?
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comment Why does a stuffed up nose clear up momentarily when the person having it is startled or has an orgasm?
So, you mean that norepinephrine consticts the nasal vasculature? My intuition was that they got broader, thereby leaving more room for air to pass through.