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Aug
23
asked How can one estimate the excitability or mood of general public on a specific day?
Aug
16
comment How can people better express subjective conscious experience with words?
Haha, I was not aware of this competition.
Aug
15
revised How can people better express subjective conscious experience with words?
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Aug
15
asked How can people better express subjective conscious experience with words?
Aug
15
asked Are there modern cognitive techniques for dealing with searching for information online?
Aug
14
asked Can “7 deadly sins/virtues” be explained in terms of brain hormone level or receptor mutations?
Aug
6
awarded  Nice Question
Aug
6
revised If people did not have to work, what would motivate them to work?
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Aug
6
answered If people did not have to work, what would motivate them to work?
Aug
5
asked What is the name of text analysis where emotional tone of words is analyzed?
Jul
31
accepted Have humans always had problems with motivation and laziness?
Jul
31
revised Have humans always had problems with motivation and laziness?
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Jul
30
comment Have humans always had problems with motivation and laziness?
Very good term. From the article on akrasia I also got the phenomenon of ego depletion: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ego_depletion
Jul
30
comment Have humans always had problems with motivation and laziness?
I feel the approach is a good one, we just need to replace laborious or industrious with "hard working"
Jul
30
comment Have humans always had problems with motivation and laziness?
Thanks for introducing the Ngram tool, it looks really powerful
Jul
30
revised Have humans always had problems with motivation and laziness?
Clarified what laziness is for me
Jul
29
revised Have humans always had problems with motivation and laziness?
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Jul
29
asked Have humans always had problems with motivation and laziness?
Jul
29
comment What is the cognitive basis for a sudden loss of confidence in social/professional interactions?
Interesting question, and it appears to me that it may be expanded not to just confidence, but other sudden changes in subjective experience as well.
Jul
29
comment Are imprinting and computer literacy connected?
Still, users in their fifties who was exposed to technology in their 20s appear to perform much better with modern computers than a people who started in their 40s