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For questions regarding the study of the underlying neural substrates of cognition, especially those at the crossroads of psychology and neurobiology

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I'm inclined to see it as more a matter of statistics. Since you're asking a question of rank, the possibility depends on the population. For an extreme example, if you were the last man on earth, you …
answered Mar 27 '14 by Nick Stauner
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Research exists on craniopagus twins, maybe most notably Tatiana and Krista, who seem to share sensory input somewhat. I doubt that connective mechanisms such as this abnormal case would suffice to pe …
answered Feb 23 '14 by Nick Stauner
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Wikipedia is often a good place to start for basic questions like these. Wikipedia has separate pages devoted to the mind, the brain, and even the mind–body problem, which is one example of the many t …
answered Feb 17 '14 by Nick Stauner
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Pseudoscience based on false premises and misuse of statistics, I'd say at first glance...but let's take a closer look at this article. First, I'm seeing among the references a lot of articles from jo …
answered Feb 9 '14 by Nick Stauner
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There is an element of selfish antisociality in the alternately possessive and dismissive social behavior you describe. This may imply or otherwise resemble symptoms of: An unhealthy attachment sty …
answered Feb 20 '14 by Nick Stauner
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I've discussed a lot of this recently on my answer to this question: Are there recent theories on physiognomy? In summary, yes. Can't remember which of the tons I referenced mentioned well-being, bu …
answered Feb 24 '14 by Nick Stauner
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It may interest you to know that depression and anxiety relate to emotional stability (essentially the opposite of neuroticism), a personality trait which tends to decrease over the lifespan, especial …
answered Feb 18 '14 by Nick Stauner
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Low latent inhibition is not an ideal state...Wikipedia lists several potential problems including attentional and emotional dysregulation, psychosis, and negative emotionality. Wikipedia also suggest …
answered Apr 4 '14 by Nick Stauner