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How do I know that my own beliefs about my motivations are accurate?

When someone performs an action, they generally have a belief about why they are doing it (E.g. “I am going upstairs to pick up my headphones”). These beliefs do not necessarily translate into ...
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What is the best network-based cognitive model to explain and predict political decision-making?

I would like to build a simple human-readable model based on connected concepts that can model how people - very approximately - represent and update their decision-making on a political subject as ...
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What count as an exposure?

From this answer (emboldenment is mine) : If you want to go with modern cognitive theories of motivation, then a good concept to explore would be PLOC (Perceived Locus of Causality), or how much you ...
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Term for the tendency to relate events that occurred in proximity?

What is the correct scientific term for the tendency to wrongfully relate arbitrary observations to a significant event, just because they occurred in temporal or spatial proximity? Most recently I ...
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What methods exist for converting channel-wise directed (effective) connectiviy estimates to ROI-wise connectivity estimates?

I am reading up on directed connectivity estimates (e.g. Granger causality, DTF, dDTF) in an attempt to find a method that allows me to appropriately convert channel-wise connectivity estimates into ...
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Ability of fixed-effects analyses to enable generalisation of results

Is it correct to say that, when making inferrence on the results of an experiment, using a random-effects (RFX) rather than a fixed-effects (FFX) model merely makes the results more generalisable, as ...
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How might the "Imposter Syndrome" typology be reconciled with the robustness of the "self-serving bias"?

TL;DR What on Earth is going on in someone's head to invert a cognitive bias that is robustly observed in people who are psychologically healthy (Cohen's d = 1.28) and still present in depression (...
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Does the Perception that Stress Affects Health Matter? The Association with Health and Mortality

I recently came across the following paper: Keller, A., Litzelman, K., Wisk, L. E., Maddox, T., Cheng, E. R., Creswell, P. D., & Witt, W. P. (2012). Does the perception that stress affects health ...
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