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What is the name of the phenomenon where a person abandons simplifying a complex system upon understanding the system?

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Psychology of disrespect and being proud of law breaking. How does it work and how to combat it?

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Does creativity decrease when invested in multiple areas?

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Why do people get addicted to things like TV, Facebook, games?

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What is the term of having a high perceived confidence while having limited knowledge?

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What's the psychological issue name of fear of people?

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Anger and problem solving

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How come that someone understands an utterance only after a few moments?

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Is there any research showing we only like to see/read information on themes/topics/ideas we like?

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What cognitive bias prevents you from discarding stuff?

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Why are so many people arachnophobes (afraid of spiders)?

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Can habits be implemented by playing mental scenarios or playing things in your head?

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Is something not worth remembering?

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Can someone who is never speaking of himself and present himself as very altruistic be egocentric / narcissistic?

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Looking for a name of a theory or reason behind a seeming cognitive mistake or error

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give me concrete example of mindless and mindful activity

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Why being ignored is 'painful' for human beings?

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Children's progression from counting to addition

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In ACT-R difference between declarative and working memory

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What are the most effective psychological techniques for unlearning information

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What kind of memory it is?

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What evidence is there for a correlation between being tightly focused on a problem and only using one part of your brain?

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Number of exercises and the learning of some subject?

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What is the name of the concept in psychology that makes requirements hard to articulate?

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How would losing episodic memory affect a person's functioning?

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Is all learning a subconscious activity?

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What to call theory where next activity following a fun activity is also perceived as fun?

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Cognitive bias - Confirming the attitudes of your peers

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Concept maps. What exactly they are?

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