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Master's student in experimental and theoretical psychology.


Feb
11
comment Is it good practice to try to recall things when we are tired?
Are you asking if recalling the events of a day at even a later time, leads to more memory loss?
Feb
11
comment Is pedophilia a sexual orientation or a mental disorder?
No idea what you're talking about
Feb
10
comment Is pedophilia a sexual orientation or a mental disorder?
@caseyr547 how does that trigger a religious response?
May
14
comment Is there a term for trying to remember a word, but only remembering its first letter?
Hi, and welcome to the site! Your answer is certainly not bad, but I think the OP was asking about an issue in healthy individuals.
Apr
16
comment Are there any rules about masking?
Related: www2.psych.ubc.ca/~ennslab/Vision_Lab/Publications_files/…
Mar
30
comment Training for the corpus callosum?
Small correction: a word presented in the left visual field, is seen by both eyes, not just the left eye (but the information is indeed carried to the right hemisphere only).
Jun
19
comment Neurotransmitter based imaging techniques
Okay, fair enough. Just to be clear: it normally has a colour, to see which hemisphere is affected. So you'd stain one hemisphere before the other.
Jun
19
comment Neurotransmitter based imaging techniques
@ChuckSherrington I would consider the Wada test also staining (but you don't get much detailed information out of it, I admit).
Jun
18
comment Are there any journal articles in psychology that have promoted and discussed reproducible data analysis?
I don't own a copy of the APA manual myself, so I couldn't look this up, but this is a quote from a paper by Bakker & Wicherts (2011), The (mis)reporting of statistical results in psychology journals: "...since standard 8.14 of the ethical standards of the American Psychological Association (2010) states that data should be shared after research results are published...". I thought this might interested you.
Feb
4
comment Why do you sometimes write down one word while actually intending to write another?
I know the model of Dell, but I've never heard of the link with finger movements. Can you provide an article about that?