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Stack Exchange in general discourages questions that are "too localized", meaning that they only likely apply to a small set of people, and will not be very useful to future visitors looking for material on that particular topic. Since everyone is quite different, it's difficult, if not impossible, to generalize advice, and even if we could, we shouldn't. ...


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This is a site for people studying and learning about the mind and brain; both askers and answers are generally expected to be interested in the mind and brain in the general case. Mental health is on-topic but issues specific to certain people are too localized to be of general interest to the scientific community (a good yardstick for appropriateness on ...


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All Stack Exchange sites have two parts: a main question and answer site, and what is known as a meta site, also called a "per-site meta" or a "child meta". The main site is where all the on-topic questions and answers go. This is where you ask a question about cognitive science, psychology (e.g., cognitive, social, developmental, biological, applied, ...


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Although non-expert questions are welcome, we don't allow questions which aren't founded in any way. Even expert questions shouldn't be hypothetical. Non-expert and expert questions alike should show proof there is reason to ask the question. Acceptable context/reason for the question includes: Scientific resources, such as publications or video lectures ...


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For those looking to ask self-help type questions, you might want to consider Personal Productivity SE. While mental health type questions are off-topic there, things that relate to personal productivity such as optimizing memory or learning are welcome there.


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