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Does training affect the tactile oblique effect?

Indeed, research on this particular question is somewhat lacking, but what is available suggests that training does improve performance in tactile tests of the oblique effect. In an article published ...
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Would a diagnosis from a layman be legitimate if it follows the definition of the disorder?

Here are some basics on the diagnostic process: There are two main sources of disagreement in assessing psychiatric disorder or, as Feinstein (1985) wrote, 'two different phases of the ...
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"Raise your game" studies

According to Tenenbaum et al. (1995) the effect may be opposite. In their study, they had people, who where normally not engaged in a training program for strength, tested on their knee-extensor ...
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Apart from sleep, does the brain needs rest?

Margarita Tartakovski on PsychCentral says, Information is merely a click — or, more accurately, a Google search — away. Depending on your query, there’s likely at least a dozen, if not hundreds, ...
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Would a diagnosis from a layman be legitimate if it follows the definition of the disorder?

It is tempting to think of medical diagnoses as a recipe. In some cases, it is a lot easier than others to see it that way. It would seem that if you have a broken leg, you have a broken leg. ...
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Training adults on how to react to social cues.

Yes. The first step in teaching others to recognize and how to respond to social cues is to help them learn self-awareness. They need to become aware of how they feel and naturally respond to stimuli. ...
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Apart from sleep, does the brain needs rest?

The brain needs rest as much as it needs stimulation and exercise. The line has to be drawn, however, where one feels as if too much rest is given. If the brain continuously is computing, organizing ...
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