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Is The Chimp Model really a thing?

I've come across 'The Chimp Model' that sports psychologist Steve Peters advocates for understanding human motivations. While this seems intuitive does it have much credibility in neuroscience? If ...
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Lovheim cube research

Is there any psychology research into the validity of the Lovheim cube of emotion? Aside from the original paper (Lovheim, 2012) and papers from computer sciences (the cube is being used for ...
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Mapping concrete emotions to the PAD model

I'm in the middle of researching emotional models. I've come across the PANA model and there are nice mappings out there of emotional words to various points on the PANA plane—the "Mood Meter", for ...
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Neural field application question

I am following a class where we have just learned about so-called neural fields (the prof called them recurrent neural networks and said they are used to model large populations of real neurons). Now ...
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Model for the Un/Conscious Mind

As far as modern psychology is concerned, is there currently a standard scientific model for the conscious and unconscious mind, as well as conscious experience/perception? If so, are there any ...
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Modeling plateau potentials

We are attempting to run simulations of the C. Elegans neuronal network by building upon work of the OpenWorm team. We are looking into implementing a neuron model that produces plateau potentials ...
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Is there a way to use a STDP learning rule on rate-based neurons?

STDP (spike timing dependent plasticity) is a learning rule for changing the synaptic weights between neurons. It is Hebbian-like in that the weight changes depend on the coincidence of pre- and post-...
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What do we call the “middle” variables in a complex research model?

Basic theory building goes like this: you create a theory which has an independent variable and a dependent variable. I have also been taught to use "explanatory variable" as synonym for "independent ...