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Question discussion over questions one can ask on psychologySE [duplicate]

I have a question about my Psychology & Neuroscience Stack Exchange post: Life's psychological questions Can one ask life's psychological questions like these: Depression Trauma Etc. And seek ...
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2023: a year in moderation

It’s that time of the year again! As we wave goodbye to last year and welcome the new one, we have a tradition of sharing moderation stats for the preceding calendar year. As most of you here might be ...
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Question about the Hopfield Network Model in Psychology & Neuroscience was flagged as spam

I recently posted a question about the Hopfield Network Model and its potential applications in treating Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and depression on the Psychology & Neuroscience Stack ...
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Is it on-topic to ask about mental state of celebrities?

There are celebrities who clearly have mental disorders, but there isn't anything about the matter in the internet. So is it allowed to ask about the mental state of a celebrity to find what their ...
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My Question Is Closed For Wrong Reason

I have a question about my Psychology & Neuroscience Stack Exchange post: Is mentalism real? So above post is closed. I asked why my post was closed here Close the question with reason, Also I ...
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Question about twin studies

Back on July 18, I have asked the question: https://psychology.stackexchange.com/questions/29741/how-can-a-researcher-take-into-consideration-the-ethical-concerns-related-to-twi. The question has ...
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Can a person with mental disorder(s) ask questions here?

The site itself says it is a place for teachers, students, and enthusiasts in psychology. But can people with mental disorders also ask questions here? Maybe someone is suffering from OCD and/or ...
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How do I run a SEDE query for this site?

The Stack Exchange Data Explorer lets you write SQL queries to find questions, answers, comments, users etc across the StackExchange network, but the query interface throws an error if I try to select ...
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2022: a year in moderation

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Should sources be mandatory in answers?

Answers based on anecdotes or personal opinion can already be flagged for removal. However, in previous discussions (eg, here, here, here, here), scenarios were posited in which answers without ...
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Should we edit plagiarism or delete it?

What sparked this is a Psychology & Neuroscience answer which is purely a cut and paste answer from Psychology Today, I flagged to the moderators for further action. The person who posted this ...
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Ban ChatGPT and AI-generated answers on Psych & Neuro.SE

See Ban ChatGPT network-wide for reference. Briefly, ChatGPT is a language model that uses the statistics of words in a training dataset to generate grammatically correct responses to plain language ...
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Can or should you flag questions with even a minor negative tone?

I think Stack Exchange has worked a lot in recent years in improving the overall positivity of the site, and it’s been effective. I’ve noticed they try to be a little more subtle about showing you ...
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"Possible dulicate" vs "Does this answer your question"

@ArnonWeinberg commented in Is there any evidence of a biologically predetermined, gendered psyche? that it is a possible duplicate of another question rather than close-vote it. Possible duplicate ...
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Should we require acronyms to be defined?

I recently commented on a neuroscience question requesting: for the benefit of others who may not know, can you please define any acronyms uncommon outside of the field of study such as CNS? I am ...
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Creation of dissociation tag

I have some questions about dissociation and I am unable to create tags because of my low reputation. Shouldn't we have a dissociation tag?
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Please advise on asking a transgender question

OK, I'll be right up front. In right wing media it's no secret they don't buy in to the transgender theories, as they are popularly understood and discussed in other media. As such, right wing media ...
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Where should I ask this question?

I have read the tour and understand from it that I will not be able to ask the question I joined the site for... I want to describe behaviour that an individual is exhibiting in the hopes of ...
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2021: a year in moderation

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What should we do about our close review queue?

TLDR: Many questions are not reviewed by enough users to accumulate sufficient votes to close, and as a result, what few close votes are cast, end up aging away and are effectively wasted. I expect ...
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Would a question about human/social behavior be on-topic

I'd like to ask some questions about the behavior of one of my acquaintances (first I'd like to describe how he treats his friends/relatives under certain circumstances, how he reacts to specific ...
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Why was this stats question re-opened?

I am confused, because, looking at the timeline for the question are statistic results of these two questions equal?, it was reopened by @AliceD, yet it was closed by @ArnonWeinberg even though votes ...
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How should on-topic question be moved to this SE?

Assume a question, as asked and phrased, is in the intersection of the topics for this SE and another. Both would consider it on-topic. It's first asked in another SE, but then later the OP realizes ...
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Would a question about patient-psychologist relationship be on-topic

I recently ended a series of sessions with a psychologist, and I did notice some issues that I found troublesome and that I could not address with her. After some rest, I am considering the ...
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Are we to accept only Wikipedia links in answers?

This question comes on the back of answers https://psychology.stackexchange.com/a/28001/7604 and https://psychology.stackexchange.com/a/28000/7604 where the answer only has links to Wikipedia articles....
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Is this a vote registration bug which should be taken to meta.stackexchange.com?

When searching for questions with open questions with no answers using answers:0 closed:no I got the following in the search results. When going into the question there was an upvote. Going back and ...
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Is this question on topic?

I need to self study my psychology better so as to help myself because I live in a very poor country with health system in shambles. I tried services of 4 doctors and 4 therapists. I wasted a lot of ...
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Closing "meta" questions that will never have a good answer

Items such as How does psychiatry judge suicide by military and political leaders? - Psychology & Neuroscience Meta Stack Exchange continually get "bumped by community" in hopes of a ...
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What to do if I have a source that may be suitable to be a reference in a non-citation-answer?

Take this answer as an example. It doesn't cite any source, so it should have a post notice about that. But I have a source that may fit it. What should I do? Add it into the answer? But that's my ...
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Can someone please edit the EFT tag?

Please can someone with the right privileges, edit the eft tag to Emotion-Focused-Therapy in order to prevent ambiguity with Emotional Freedom Technique developed by Gary Craig? The tag was created ...
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"Reference Request" or lack of motivation to self-research?

As many will know, every now and again, I go on the hunt through the Garbage Valley and look to see if there are any question gems out there which may need a little nudging. If I can answer them I do....
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2021 Community Moderator Election Results

Moderator election #1 on Psychology & Neuroscience has come to a close, the votes have been tallied, and the new moderators are: They will be joining the existing crew shortly — please thank them ...
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About correct action after updating the closed question?

I have asked the below question, which is closed: About Freud psychology system tracking in Middle East socials [closed] So I have tried to answer the opinion base and closing comments as you can see ...
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2021 Community Moderator Election

The 2021 Community Moderator Election is now underway! Community moderator elections have three phases: Nomination phase Primary phase Election phase Most elections take between two and three weeks, ...
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2021 Moderator Election Q&A – Question Collection

The purpose of this thread was to collect questions for the questionnaire. The questionnaire is now live, and you may find it here. Psychology & Neuroscience Stack Exchange is scheduled for an ...
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There should be a "facial-expression", or at least a "face" tag

The face is the main, non-verbal emotional interface between humans (at least, that is my not-so-bold claim as a non-expert). How emotions are translated into expressions and why certain expressions ...
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Announcing an upcoming election

Summary: Psychology & Neuroscience Stack Exchange will begin the nomination stage for an election on September 20, as your "graduation" election (as a result of having lost your beta ...
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Is it a requirement to have full citation?

In this answer the answerer provides some theory names and a short citation ("See Barrett-Feldman et al."). One commenter links to What to do with answers that fall short of our standards of ...
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What requirements should we have for prior research [duplicate]

In Getting started with FAQ customisations @JeromyAnglim mentioned the idea of discussing prior research requirements and apart from discussing What to do with homework questions? I believe no real ...
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Could "Is there a such thing as collective narcissism?" be modified or asked again in a different form such that it could be answered?

I ran across Is there a such thing as collective narcissism? by accident just now and my first thought was hmm... yes sure, something at least analogous to it, and something like this surely has been ...
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Should we require identity-first language in posts

With respect to inclusiveness and the site's be nice policy, should we require it that identity-first language is to be used in questions and answers? This question has been sparked by Can an autistic ...
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What is the proper way of asking a question that seeks an explanation for a phenomenon that is believed to be real based on anecdotal evidence?

Questions seeking a scientific explanation for the asker's anecdotal experience has been asked before, with a very good reception by the community. For instance: By learning to read and write upside ...
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Is it allowed to ask questions about personal health(mental)? [duplicate]

Can one ask questions about personal mental health or illness. Is it allowed in the website.
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Why is this question still closed?

I have a question about my Psychology & Neuroscience Stack Exchange post: Is this a possible psychological/scientific reason for women on average not finding chests sexually attractive?
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How is my question opinion based? And what can I do to make it get answers?

I have a question about my Psychology & Neuroscience Stack Exchange post: Why is it that women's love for men's chest is not talked about and noticed a lot, comparatively? I really don't ...
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A question about psychology of old patients of psychiatry

My question is Can I post about the psychology of old patients of neuroscience or psychiatry. Is this normal that they don't want to hear about problems, solutions of cognitive sciences? I am an ...
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Can dream interpretations question be asked in this community?

Can dream interpretations question be asked in this community? Along with dream meanings and how they could relate to your life?
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Is the question about abuser treatment broad anymore?

The question How likely abusers with low motivation to change actually be aware of the hurt they made after having legal issue? has now been edited to Why is the effectiveness of treatments for ...
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2020: a year in moderation

As we say goodbye to the old year and welcome the new one, we have a tradition of sharing moderation stats for the past 12 months. As most of you here are aware, sites on the Stack Exchange network ...
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Would there be any problem with "ping pong" migration?

Question in question: How do addiction and fear affect patient's decisional-making capacity? The history of it is this: First I asked it on Medical Sciences SE because I though it would be better ...
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