The study was based on a sample of 415 participants with about 1/3 being males and 2/3 being females. They where given an online questionnaire, but some believe these questionnaires lead to incorrect answers.
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Based on the research by The University of Notre Dame, they looked at 309 reddit users over the course of one year. The found 73% of these redditors do not read actually read the article before upvoting or downvoting the post.
Researchers tested teenagers on 2 different tasks. In one 20 cents was at stake, and in the other one dollar was at stake. They found that teenagers treated the money the same until the age of 19/20 where they was a small statistical significance of =0.04.
A big takeaway on this study is “we did not have information on the family context and support for cognitive development available to the child in the home environment, which could have been a potential source of residual confounding.”
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This study only looked at males having sex with females, and not male on male sexual encounters.
When you speak to a person it makes them seem more mentally capable to them, and therefore more knowledgeable on the topic at hand. Compared to reading what someone typed.
Researchers collected data from an online study, a lab study, and dating events. There they looked at people who has LAFS and it showed that there was a highly predictive rate of attraction (lust) at first sight.
Researchers found that overly aggressive and competitive men are more likely to take part in pain research studies. This may also show that men have a higher pain threshold than women.
Researchers found the brains differ in those who are most concerned about resources being equal among others. They also found that they are statistically more likely to be depressed than those who only care about themselves or having more than others.
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This would explain why someone you might consider a bad person believes they are not. People believe they are far more trustworthy and honest than others, according to a new study. The quote “We judge ourselves by our intentions, others by our actions” fits well here.
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