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How to deal with APA in-text citations in long texts?

In APA referencing style, the first in-text citation of a work by three to five authors must include all the authors, while the subsequent citations should only mention the first author followed by ...
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Assertiveness - should I have feeling that someone need to do something for me

I have seen a assertiveness training videos and there is said that the person should show assertiveness with "I" statements. For example : I feel seed due to the way you just spoke to me. My problem ...
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How are the scores of the AIQ-IV interpreted?

I found this pdf of the Aspects of Identity Questionnaire-IV which mentions the scoring for the dimensions of the scale. I am unsure as to what the scores mean once they've been totalled. Is this ...
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Psychological name of underground communication in dialogue based on respect and scientific references

I am familiar with some of Jung theories like collective unconscious, shadows, synchronicity and some theories of freud like the inner child and become more sencetive about my around connections and ...
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Differences in reaction time onsets of vocal and manual responses

I'm currently working on a study and incidentally found that reaction timings were slower for vocal responses compared to manual responses (i.e. 600ms for the manual response vs. 700ms for the vocal ...
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Matrix of commonalities for BPD and Narcissistic personality

OK so it seems to me that Borderline and Narcissistic personalities have some things in common. I mean in terms of a checklist. Perhaps something that could be compared in a table, or maybe if not to ...
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How many axons and dendrites are entering and exiting human male internal urethral sphincter?

As I know, this information is not available yet. If indeed it is not available, this question may wait for future answers. I have known out that some parts of human connectome are already mapped, so ...
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Is the “Spend it All” psychology a known traits of human?

Whenever I have a paycheck or when I have a \$0 balance of a credit card with $8000 of limit, I found myself wanting to "spend some" or even "spend it all". With the paycheck, at least it is better ...
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Waffles or Pancakes?

if this is not the right place of my question please let me know , I remove or move my question into another stack. I'm a software engineer and in one of my interviews they asked me this question : ...
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Auditory Processing Speed

Why do I find myself lost when; for example, Sheldon (from the Big Bang Theory) talks fast about complex physics. I try to comprehend what he's saying but I guess my brain isn't fast enough. Also is ...
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Neurostimulation DBS-ECoG

How many cortical and subcortical areas can be stimulated during one operation, using Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) and ECoG (Electrocorticogram)? I understand it depends on the disorder and the ...
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Strange question in a job-interview

I would like to ask you the reasoning behind a question they asked me during a job interview (with a psychologist) a few years ago. He basically handed me a bunch of colored cards (fifteen at least), ...
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Are people better at interpreting CNF or DNF?

We have a development in our application in which our users can create a report based on different parameters, say ($x_1,...,x_n$), with each $x_i$ taking values in a set $X_i$. The report can take ...
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Research shows that doing anything in bed other than sleeping can disrupt sleep. What if these other things are done on another bed?

I read this and some other articles stating that you should not do anything in bed except sleep. This includes studying, eating, and watching T.V, because your brain will have a difficult time ...
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Reading list for character defects

Could you recommend books/articles about character defects (e.g. envy, laziness, hate, etc.). I am particularly interested in: A comprehensive list of character defects Description of possible ...
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Can Emotional Detachment Disorder lead to Sociopathy?

Both are "learned" (non-genetic) disorders with a small set of overlapping traits/symptoms, usually starting early in life. Are they connected in any way?
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What exactly happens to brain during anesthesia

While anesthesia is given to a patient what changes in the chemistry of brain happens. Which part of the brain is affected by the medicine which causes anesthetic effects. Can anesthesia be ...
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Memory Retention : isolated information vs emphasized information in a heap

I have observed that when learning new words (vocabulary building), if we are presented with, say, 5 new words in these 2 manners: only 5 words presented in isolation 40 words presented, with 5 words ...
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Perception Cardinality

While reading a science fiction book, Calculating God by Robert J. Sawyer, I came across the following lines: “Well, if I showed you one object - one rock, say - you would not have to count it. You ...
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Are there any studies regarding elderly people and learning resiliance?

On Parenting, issues regarding emotional resilience are often discussed as something of great value, a lifelong gift to give to one's child, and I cite studies and articles to help parents learn what ...
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Analyze a IPIP Survey with semantic differential and a spider web modal

I conducted an IPIP survey with 20 groups of 100 participants. Now I have to analyze the survey. The website https://ipip.ori.org/newScoringInstructions.htm says: Once numbers are assigned for all ...
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Are psychopaths capable of counterfactual thinking?

Psychopaths are commonly known to have a decreased ability to plan, which lead me to research counterfactual thinking. I believe that psychopaths are impaired in their ability to think ...
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Becoming an expert with accumulative hours of practice much less than the average expert?

Anders Ericsson's work is famous for creating the idea of "deliberate practice" and its creation of experts, but Anders also talks about how long hours are inevitable in becoming an expert. Let's ...
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Inability to associate a face with a name

I know there is a medical condition called "Prosopagnosia" that is described as: a cognitive disorder of face perception in which the ability to recognize familiar faces, including one's own face (...
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How do I make the difference between defensive denial and it being true?

A person, who tries to hide something from himself due to him not being able to cope with that thing, will try to deny it. This is what is called defensive denial. For example, if I say to myself I ...
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Did research in psychology lead to any useful technology?

Research in physics allowed us to build bridges, computers, put people in space. Research in chemistry led to the discovery of all sorts of new materials which we use everyday. Research in biology led ...
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Choice of Occupation and Negative Childhood Experiences

Is there any evidence to suggest that individuals that were bullied in school as children select occupations that are a means of making people obligated to respect them? For example people that join ...
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Decussation of Cranial Nerves

Which cranial nerves decussate apart from the few nerve fibers of the optic nerve that do and how to easilly remember the cranial nerves that do? Here is a paper for the Trochlear Nerve But I have ...
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Research or studies on rapid skill acquisition?

Are there anything studies or research in psychology and neuroscience currently on the rapid acquisition of skills to an expert level?
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What happens neurologically and chemically when an individual is confused?

For example, trying to understand a mathematical problem and its solution, or abstract reasoning, but in the process get lost even have no clear idea of what part is 'not understood'
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What is the state of the art research of the conscienceness level for high-level cognitive activity?

Everybody knows situations where activities requiring concentration and high level consciousness can over time become a "background" task. For example: you read a text aloud but think about other ...
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Why do people have eureka moments of revelation while taking a shower? [duplicate]

What kind of mechanisms are at work to cause creative thinking or revelations during auto-pilot tasks like taking a shower or teeth brushing? This describes it: Incubation period - we are working on ...
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How is “socially gifted” or “social intelligence” defined “in a scientific way” or “semi-objectively”?

Something that has puzzled me is the concept "social intelligence" or "social giftedness". Partial illustration of problems: There do not exist consistent general values. implies: e.g. both "being ...
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“Golder standard” RNA-seq datasets for neurodegenerative diseases

What's your favorite and/or "gold standard" RNA-seq datasets for neurodegenerative diseases? I come from the field of computational cancer genomics where there are some datasets that are well-known ...
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Does the way you perceive something for the first time have a big influence on future perceptions of similar stimuli?

You find yourself in a certain situation A. You perceive the situation: perceive objects, actions of people involved...You develop an opinion on the situation, and it was the first time you perceived ...
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Would you classify confusion as an emotion?

I'm writing a short essay on emotions and I stumbled upon a few references of confusion being an emotion but no solid exclusive research results focusing on confusion as an emotion. If it isn't, what ...
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How to reduce the chance of being manipulated?

What makes some people more suseptible to manipulation and having their opinions swayed relative to others? Are there character traits which highlight who might be more easily manipulated, or is it a ...
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How do I get the “Avoidance and Inflexibility Scale”?

I am working with a smoking cessation app and I want to study the acceptance of smoking behaviour. I found a good paper by Gifford et al. (2004) in which the authors use their own questionnaire called ...
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Can some one operate 15 points lower during some part of the day and then return to normal?

Few days back I took an IQ test (online mensa norway) and found my IQ score to be 85. I actually had my IQ professionally tested 16 months ago by a psychologist when I was 18, and found out that I am ...
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When did dyslexia emerge as a neurological difference?

I am wondering if dyslexics have one common ancestor? And when did dyslexia emerge as a neurological difference?
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Neuralink in depression treatment

In this article there is a statement that Neuralink can help people with Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy, and depression by promptly sending electric pulses into the areas responsible for their ...
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Temporally truncate BOLD data

I'm analyzing some resting-state data and some of the scans are 10 min while others are 7 min. I need to cut the last 3 min off of those with 10 min scans so everyone has 7 min of resting-state data. ...
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Correlation used as explanatory device in ''The neuroscience of Intelligence'

I am currently reading Dr. Richard Haier's book The Neuroscience of Intelligence. I have a base knowledge of statistics, but I am confused about the following extract from page 80 (chapter 2.4): ...
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Why do right-handed people put things in their left pocket, and vice versa?

I'm not entirely sure if their is a duplicate of this question, or if this is the right SE site, topic, so sorry in advance if I am wrong. Throughout my life, I have noticed that many people, ...
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Schizophrenia relation between brain theta wave or kundalini and

Is there a connection between the Kundalini force and the brain waves in relation to the question-based meditation link below? Which Meditation Techniques Correlate Best with Certain Brain-Waves? ...
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Testing Prefrontal cortex

Is there a test to see if the Prefrontal cortex of someone works normally? especially a simple test like a questionnaire that you give the individuals to fill out and based on their answer you obtain ...
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Buddhist monks/nuns and long-term effects of sexual abstinence on psyche

As far as I know, for a long time psychologists have speculated about the long-term effects of abstinence from sex and of sexual frustration. Some of them, including Wilhelm Reich (I think), have ...
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How do we know brain Is not involved in knee reflex?

How do we know that compressing the knee generates a feedback signal that makes the leg extend even before the signal reach the brain?
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Different levels of consciousness

The answer provided by @user287279 to When does a human baby develop a consciousness? is a great answer in my mind which scrapes the surface of what consciousness consists of. When you look at ...
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E-Prime Scripting Issue: Pulling a Random Number from a Normal Distribution

I am using E-Prime (version 3) to design an experiment. In my script I have the following Variable = Random(1,100) This makes my variable a random number ranging from 1 to 100. I would like to make ...

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