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Why has this answer to Is there a psychological basis for getting hiccups? been converted to a comment and deleted?

And how can it be improved to meet the policy and standards of this site? IIrc it was an accepted answer.

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    I'll let whomever covered it respond but I agree it should be a comment. It's too short and has no reference to be an answer. – Josh Jun 4 '14 at 19:42
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Conversion to comment implies that the answer is deleted, since it should have been a comment in the first place.

In the answer you seemingly recognized yourself it was not a full answer:

  • You explicitly stated not having the necessary reference at hand.
  • You acknowledged it was an incomplete answer by stating "Why does lack of carbon dioxide cause that, I don't know."

Hence, it's possibly a useful comment, but it does not live up to the expected clarity of an answer here on CogSci.

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    You could've argued CO_2 isn't a psychological basis as well. – Nick Stauner Jun 10 '14 at 7:11

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