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Brian Spisak, Ph.D.

Concepts (32)

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Name Number of Publications Most Recent Publication Publications by All Authors Concept Score Why?
Stereotypic Movement Disorder12023330.950 Why?
Global Warming12022530.840 Why?
Leadership3201213440.630 Why?
Democracy12012280.450 Why?
Competitive Behavior12008830.330 Why?
Social Identification12008980.330 Why?
Cues120128490.310 Why?
Politics120127720.280 Why?
Social Behavior1201211030.270 Why?
Gender Identity120085670.240 Why?
Visual Perception1201213980.230 Why?
Choice Behavior120087940.220 Why?
Technology120232460.200 Why?
Climate Change120223390.150 Why?
Seasons1202214370.140 Why?
Face220129770.140 Why?
Femininity1201290.110 Why?
Masculinity12012150.110 Why?
Artificial Intelligence1202317440.100 Why?
Sociometric Techniques12008100.090 Why?
Games, Experimental12008340.090 Why?
Photic Stimulation1201220140.070 Why?
Cross-Cultural Comparison120086490.070 Why?
Biological Evolution1200810840.060 Why?
Pandemics1202273110.050 Why?
Humans520237157770.040 Why?
Age Factors12012187840.030 Why?
United States12022679050.030 Why?
Young Adult22012562260.030 Why?
Male320123503240.020 Why?
Female320123772040.020 Why?
Adult120122122660.010 Why?
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