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The titular question is difficult to answer. It is nominally asking for causative factors: WHY does this happen. I am not sure if it is asking about causative factors leading to gender dysphoria or causative factors leading to some sort of gender transition treatment. There are obvious difficulties associated with identifying causative factors. The body of ...


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As I said in my comment explaining my down vote and VTC, while the question is clear and limited in scope, I think every answer will be equally correct. The example I gave was consider the following two answers Alice's blog cover neurotransmitters in depth. I really like her post on GABA and anxiety and Bob's blog covers deep learning at an ...


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To be fair, I understand where users like Bryan Krause and StrongBad are coming from. Unlike the MathOverflow or the Theoretical Computer Science stackexchange the average quality of most questions on this site isn't research-level. I am hopeful this will change and I am actively trying to convince friends of mine that are neuroscientists and cognitive ...


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Like StrongBad mentioned in a comment on the original question, questions where any answer is correct are not a good fit for SE. In fact, in the help under "Don't Ask" the very first item is: To prevent your question from being flagged and possibly removed, avoid asking subjective questions where … every answer is equally valid: “What’s your ...


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I have one question: what if because of the low interaction rate of the site, its moderation from the community (upvote, downvote, closevote, etc) cannot function properly? I mean, the threshold 10 questions per day is not a random number, it's perhaps a minimum requirement to assure that community moderation can work properly. If we allow sites to graduate ...


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A full post is also posted in https://meta.stackexchange.com about this listing us with many others who are to lose their beta status. I have also asked at https://meta.stackexchange.com/a/331817 whether we are to be able to have our own identifying icon.


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Questions about the cognitive origins of spirituality are on-topic. Questions about the behavior of an individual are off-topic. The quoted part, as well as the rest of the question, are clearly about the poster (emphasis mine): I can't differentiate if spiritual feeling is because of my childhood memory or is genetically embedded in me. I can see ...


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