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I've looked across google and checked if the question was already asked on this site (it wasn't). So,

What is an affective cue?

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    $\begingroup$ Welcome to Psychology.SE. "What is an effective cue" for what? What exactly are you after? We work differently to many SE sites, where we have a strict policy that all questions should show evidence of prior research. Please help us to help you and edit your question to provide more information on what you have read on this subject, and any problems you are having understanding your research. If you found nothing, what did you Google? This helps to provide an answer which will be more helpful. $\endgroup$ Aug 26 at 6:08
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    $\begingroup$ As for asking for book recommendations, they are off-topic here $\endgroup$ Aug 26 at 6:10
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    $\begingroup$ I second the above; please add your source(s) where the term is used; often it is dependent on discipline and even within a specific discipline established terminology can be messy $\endgroup$
    – AliceD
    Aug 26 at 9:37
  • $\begingroup$ Hi Chris, I'll edit my question later today. I'm a graduate student in computational neuroscience reading through a paper on salience networks and the concept of affective cues keeps recurring. I have a rough idea of what this could be, but I'm hoping to get deeper understanding of this concept. Is the meta category an appropriate place to ask for reference book recommendations? I'm looking for something cognitive psychology (or cognitive science) $\endgroup$ Aug 26 at 19:42
  • $\begingroup$ @CaptainAhab I am sorry, but I don't understand what you mean when you asked "Is the meta category an appropriate place to ask for reference book recommendations?" If you are talking about our meta site at psychology.meta.stackexchange.com that site is to ask questions about the use of this site and the subject of what is or isn't on-topic here. The only objective recommendation anyone can give is for you to find out what area of cognitive psychology you are interested in and research yourself what books are available on that. One person's idea of a good book can be useless to you. $\endgroup$ Aug 28 at 9:43

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