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I had a post locked in psychology and neuroscience and I was wondering how to get it unlocked? I made some edits and it was also migrated from medical to psychology/neuroscience, so it probably has something to do with that. Is it a wait time thing and will automatically unlock? Or do I need to make a request to unlock it?

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When a question is migrated it is locked.

This is the migrated post:

Could this be a key insight in understanding the etiologies of neurodegenerative disorders?

All edits should be made there.

If you look at the revision history of the migrated post:

https://medicalsciences.stackexchange.com/posts/18658/revisions

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It was migrated then locked. All edits should be made to the new question.

Unlocking the post

If you have a justifiable reason that a post should be unlocked, you should flag it for moderator attention using the "flag" link underneath the post. Select the "other" flag reason, and provide a detailed explanation of your rationale in the textbox provided.

A moderator will review your flag, and if they agree with your arguments, unlock the post.

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If you have a justifiable reason that a post should be unlocked, you should flag it for moderator attention using the "flag" link underneath the post. Select the "other" flag reason, and provide a detailed explanation of your rationale in the textbox provided.

A moderator will review your flag, and if they agree with your arguments, unlock the post.

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