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“Fast” women? The effects of childhood environments on women's developmental timing, mating strategies, and reproductive outcomes
The fast-slow paradigm of life history theory has been a popular approach to individual differences in the evolutionary behavioral sciences. Currently, however, the fast-slow paradigm faces seve... [Read More]
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“I thought that I had to be alive to repay my parents”: Filial piety as a risk and protective factor for suicidal behavior in a qualitative study of Chinese women
Filial piety involves the Confucian view that children always have a duty to be obedient and to provide care for their parents. Filial piety has been described as both a risk and a protective fa... [Read More]
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Evolution: A life LINE for large viruses | eLife
Viruses with double-stranded DNA genomes have been stealing genes from their hosts for billions of years. In fact, these acquisitions represent the major force in viral evolution, with some anci... [Read More]
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CYBERSHAMING: THE SHALLOWING HYPOTHESIS IN ACTION
ABSTRACTOnce confined to the classroom, playground, or the walk home, bullying has become immediate, constant, andunrelenting through the use of social media and mobile devices. Cybershaming is both p... [Read More]
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Insights and Tracking of Pollution Awareness Using Google Trends | Journal of Health and Pollution
Background. Although pollution is the largest environmental cause of disease and premature death in the world today, it does n... [Read More]
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Controversy or consensus? Recommendations for psychiatrists on psychiatry, religion and spirituality
AbstractObjectiveAlthough there is still a lot of controversy surrounding the debates on religion and psychiatry, working toward consensus based on clinical experience and research seems to be f... [Read More]
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A gender- and sexual orientation-dependent spatial attentional effect of invisible images
AbstractHuman observers are constantly bombarded with a vast amount of information. Selective attention helps us to quickly process what is important while ignoring the irrelevant. In this study... [Read More]
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Women's attractiveness changes with estradiol and progesterone across the ovulatory cycle
In many species, females are more sexually attractive to males near ovulation. Some evidence suggests a similar pattern in humans, but methodological limitations prohibit firm conclusions at pre... [Read More]
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The futility of decision making research
We have each spent more than 50 years doing research that has had little impact. Even more lamentable is that our field, judgment and decision making (JDM), has on the whole had little impact du... [Read More]
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SCAH!RF: A Novel Wearable as a Subconscious Approach for Mitigating Anxiety Symptoms | SpringerLink
Mobile and wearable interfaces have long been developed to improve mental health issues, including anxiety disorders, which represent a significant public health problem affecting more than 250 mi... [Read More]
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New Molecular Mechanisms on the Activation of TRPM2 Channels by Oxidative Stress and ADP-Ribose | SpringerLink
The Na+ and Ca2+-permeable melastatin related transient receptor potential (TRPM2) cation channels can be gated either by ADP-ribose (ADPR) in concert with [Read More]
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Potential fabrication in research images threatens key theory of Alzheimer’s disease | Science | AAAS
In August 2021, Matthew Schrag, a neuroscientist and physician at Vanderbilt University, got a call that would plunge him into a maelstrom of possible scientific misconduct. A colleague wanted t... [Read More]
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Protective Effect of Extract of Ginkgo biloba 761 against Frostbite Injury in Rats
Background:  When frostbite thaws, reperfusion injury has a crucial impact on tissue injury, and production of free radicals induces further tissue damage. This stu... [Read More]
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Orgasm consistency and its relationship to women’s self-reported and genital sexual response | The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality
According to the Incentive Motivation Model (IMM) of sexual response, the rewarding and pleasurable aspects of a sexual act strengthen its incentive value and capacity to trigger sexual motivation... [Read More]
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How to write an ICS/IUGA conference abstract | SpringerLink
Drafting an abstract can be a time consuming process. Formal guidance, such as CONSORT and STROBE, exists for the kinds of information that should be included regarding almost all designs of cli... [Read More]