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revised Brain's differences in introverts vs. extroverts
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May
22
revised Can a depressed person experience the sense of happiness?
Clarified the question
May
22
revised What is the opposite of an insult for the purposes of triggering lasting positive affect?
bolded key point, added link to salience
May
4
revised What makes disengaged participants tired / exhausted after corporate meetings?
added a clarifying question
Apr
30
revised Is there a part of the human brain responsible for triggering imagination, fantasy and coming up with unusual stories?
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Mar
21
revised How can people better express subjective conscious experience with words?
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Mar
19
revised What is the neurobiological basis of the “inner voice” used for thought or reading?
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Mar
18
revised What makes disengaged participants tired / exhausted after corporate meetings?
Clarified the question
Feb
20
revised Are there “awareness” related mirror neurons or processes in the brain that get activated by awareness?
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Feb
20
revised Are there “awareness” related mirror neurons or processes in the brain that get activated by awareness?
Bolded the key point
Feb
18
revised Are there “awareness” related mirror neurons or processes in the brain that get activated by awareness?
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Dec
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revised What is the neurobiological basis of the “inner voice” used for thought or reading?
added link to paper
Dec
5
revised Have there been any scientific experiments attempting to communicate with one's unconscious mind?
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Dec
3
revised Have there been any scientific experiments attempting to communicate with one's unconscious mind?
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Dec
2
revised Do highly creative people dream more and/or differently than ordinary people?
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Dec
2
revised Do highly creative people dream more and/or differently than ordinary people?
Clarified the question and title to refer to highly creative people
Nov
29
revised What is the current “accepted” science behind dream interpretation?
Added link to the cerebrospinal fluid article to point 1
Nov
29
revised Do highly creative people dream more and/or differently than ordinary people?
added second quote
Nov
25
revised Do highly creative people dream more and/or differently than ordinary people?
added quote
Nov
25
revised Is there a part of the human brain responsible for triggering imagination, fantasy and coming up with unusual stories?
Clarified the question - it is specifically about the trigger of the imagination