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

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Why do colors affect emotion?

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Does psychology have a name for emotions that a person can feel but cannot name?

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Are emoji smiles also contagious?

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Why do we come to like some songs after re-listening to them a few times?

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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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In ACT-R difference between declarative and working memory

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What kind of memory it is?

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

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

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What cognitive bias prevents you from discarding stuff?

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Does night-sleep-deprivation have any effect on cognitive performance?

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What is an explaination for the light-headed and slow-motion feeling after a long hard mental exam?

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How is the effect of current vote scores on people's votes interpreted in psychology?

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Relation of confidence and problem solving ability

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What is the best time-effective study technique?

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Why does handwriting change?

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Is there a named psychological condition for people who find every bad thing to be someone's "fault?"

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Is there a correlation between schemas and social constructs?

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Do you know the name of this psychological phenomenon?

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Is habituation responsible for inaccurate airport security screenings?

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Anger and problem solving

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Is speech perceived as set of phonemes by human?

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What are the most effective psychological techniques for unlearning information

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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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Children's progression from counting to addition

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

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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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Relative distance