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How are tactile pleasure and pain differentiated in the somatosensory cortex?

A recent question here asked about (mostly) how pain and pleasure are differentiated in pathways involving reward/aversion cues. But there was some confusion as to what the question really wanted to ...
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How do patients with an amputated limb experience and report their phantom perceptions?

[I changed "sensations" to "perceptions", due to @AliceD's comments here.] Suppose a patient with an amputated limb experiences and reports some phantom perception at the limb: the limb just being ...
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Filter of perception

I read a book about sensory perception in ASD from Olga Bogdashina(Sensory Perceptual Issues in Autism and Asperger Syndrome, Second Edition). She reffer to some kind of filter in sensory inputs, but ...
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Tactile perception of printed advertising materials and brand image

Does texture of paper (e.g.matt or glossy) of printed advertising materials affect the perception of brand image? From what I've researched so far (http://entermotion.com/blog/2014/01/this-...
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Has there been any neuroscientific study of polydactyly?

I have been reading about polydactyly and found that surgery is only necessary in certain cases. It depends on way the extra digit on the hand or foot is attached. For example, central polydactyly (...
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What is the “perceptually correct” range or map of negative (inverted) colors?

When using software to invert the colors of a picture or screen, the software just blindly (literally) uses a mathematical formula to calculate the inverted color of each pixel. For example, in RGB, ...
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is low pitched machine synthesized speech easier to comprehend at high rates?

all I have is anecdotal experience, try it out yourself. I couldn't find any published study, was anything published about that?
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Why is it hard to not read some text

I have observed this and felt very uncontrollable. Whenever I see some text (in a language that I know) I start reading automatically. I don't see them as some curves... With intense focus I could ...
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Model of human estimation of correlation tasks

I am looking for a model (bayesian or not) on how people would estimate the correlation between two variables from a given scatter plot. Any one knows of such model?
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What is some proofreading meme that shows we cannot detect the double words?

I had once seen a meme about proofreading that clearly demonstrates our brain cannot detect the double words and it also took several times of reading to realize it. I wonder if someone having that ...
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Research on using kinesthetic sense to guide cognitive visual model?

Has there been any research on how our sense of where our limbs are relatively to our body informs our spatial reasoning? For example, I think people might be more successful at hitting a nail with a ...
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Is there a difference in taste buds on the tongue between children and hsp's?

Children often don't like tastes like bitter and sour. Vegetables like Broccoli or sprouts aren't food they like to eat. But high sensitive people (hsp) also often like these kind of food. But is the ...
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Is it possible to be entirely impartial?

I am writing a paper for my English class about flaws in the justice system. One of the biggest problems I believe exists is the humans' natural instinct to judge people before we even know them. Is ...