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A similar habit can also be observed in Lifts where people press the CLOSE door button multiple times. The reason is very simple. Since the users don't get any feedback from the system about their action, they tend to ensure that they did it right. In the case of Lifts, they keep on pressing the CLOSE door button until it starts to close. The similar ...


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Your answer lies in the answer of the following question: Why does a guitarist moves his fingers as if plucking imaginary strings when his favorite tune plays in the background? Why can't you simultaneously draw a clockwise circle with your foot and a counterclockwise circle with your same-sided hand? reference The reason to all these lies in the sub ...


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For most of my computational life, I have used a graphing calculator. The significance of that is that I can see where I am and, when entering another calculation, I can consciously decide if I want to keep going or start a new calculation. (By including the Ans variable, usually some 2nd^Enter click.) When I use a regular calculator, I usually just use it ...


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Agree with first answer. The key is to show that the data will be kept private vs public. I have seen it done by Having separate sections for public and private data. Eg email address. Birthdate etc in private sections


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The problem with a lock is that is also used to depict a secure connection (HTTPS). Many browsers use the lock for HTTPS. A symbol is effective if is used consistently. Have a link to your security policies and practices. Don't make a general statement your data is secure/safe as if you do get hacked then you have lied. Maybe a key symbol to identify ...



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