So far, I've asked three questions on CogSci:
- What are the considerations for using wide-reaching messages and training over individual-focused efforts for changing behavior?
- What psychological or sociological concepts form the basis of Principled Negotiation?
- Can an individual having strong identity associations with groups be used to infer anything about them?
Of them, they all have more than 20 views and a couple of up votes each, but only one has an answer. Although that answer gave me some more information to go off of (which was helpful), I wouldn't consider it a very helpful answer and would like more answers that address the question.
Looking at the statistics, 83% of questions have an answer. I believe that is defined as 83% of questions having at least one answer with at least one up vote. However, that also means that 17% don't have answers.
So, my questions:
- What can I do to get better answers to my questions? I don't have any comments guiding me to elaborate or provide more information that can help people provide high quality answers. Sharing them on my Google+, Twitter, or Facebook profiles won't necessarily help me since most of the people I'm connected to are in the field of software development. Without feedback, I can't improve my questions, so I'm just waiting around.
- Are we missing a key segment of a potential audience? 17% of the questions don't have answers. Is there a common thread across those 17% of questions in terms of subject matter that might indicate professionals in a certain area are missing? I haven't analyzed yet, but perhaps someone has and can shed some light on this.