OK, so let us take a look at following questions:
- Аутентично ли чередование в сочетании согл. -шка. This question is indeed very bad formulated, so it had been closed.
- Этимология слова “даже” - This is, as to me, a very, very interesting question.
- What is the origin and meanining of -ка in these words - this actually looks to me like very uncertain question which have all chances to be closed, but this is not what I'm trying to point to.
- Why мартышка but not *мартыха? - This is normal question. Well, not brilliant, but such questions are definitely can exist.
- Kонцепт «хамство» по Вежбицкой - As to me this is very, very low quality question, uncertain and, let me put is straight, pseudoscientific. I'm puzzled why this question is not closed, but, once again, this is not the issue to which I want to draw your attention.
All of these questions possess the same tag, which is "психолингвистика" (psycholinguistics).
What I'm trying to say is that, just like we are fighting with low quality questions, questions which are "vague, incomplete, overly abroad", we should as well thoroughly filtrate our tags collection. I mean, in wide context, any kind of linguistic problems are somehow related to human consciousness. But I can see no valid reason why, say, the fact that there is no equivalent to "даже" in other Slavic languages should be tagged as "psycholinguistical" problem.
So, let's discuss necessity of having such tag at all. It would we nice if we'll find some relevant examples of using this tag and of asking such questions like " Хамство по Вежбицкой" on other language SE sites.