I noticed this a few days ago, and it has really been bothering me. For some random reason CogSci questions show up on my Google Scholar citation profile. Even more awkwardly, most of these questions are not even ones I asked/answered... they are ones I edited. An image:
Some of the questions linked (note that I am not the author of any of the questions, and only answered some of them):
- Face-Blindness: Have I seen you before?
- Is there a complete cortico-cortical connectivity map based on a useful partitioning of the cortex?
- Does learning one discipline improve performance in another discipline?
- Biological plausibility of bayesian models of cognition
- Do people like those who are similar to them and why?
- Is leg jiggling a focus aid?
- Defining shyness towards strangers in confrontational situations
- Are there sex differences in inter-rater consistency of attractiveness ratings of opposite-sex faces?
- Are IQ tests "biased" against individuals with Asperger's Syndrome?
- Research suggesting conscious control over brain region activation?
Google Scholar allows me to remove these particular "publications" from my profile, but I can't be expected to constantly monitor my Scholar Profile for every question I might edit on SE. As much as I love contributing to SE, I can't have questions I happened to edit in my publication record. Do I have to resort to switching to a pseudonym on SE, or is there something that can be done to avoid this?