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Contribution of sexual desire and motives to the compulsive use of cybersex.
Cybersex is increasingly associated with concerns about compulsive use. The aim of this study was to assess the roles of motives and sexual desire in the compulsive use of cybersex. The sample consisted of 306 cybersex users (150 men and 156 women). The participants were assessed using the Compulsiv...
Dynamic modelling of contractile and metabolic properties of bovine muscle
During bovine growth, a dynamic multifactor process influences the development of muscle characteristics that influence meat quality. This paper fits non-linear equations to data from growing cattle in order to provide a mathematical description of the development of contractile and metabolic muscle...
Influence of sex differences in timeliness and demographic norms on work-related accretes
au bout du compte, l'offre d'emploi faite aux femmes et les débuts de trajectoires professionnelle auxquelles elles ont accès jouent plus sur leurs carrières que les facteurs familiaux. Si les femmes peu diplômées restent aujourd'hui particulièrement exposées au non emploi (sans comparaison avec ce...
Cardiovascular risk factors and socio-economic and socio-demographic conditions in Mexico, 2000-2018
Summary Introduction: In high-income countries, socio-economic status is related to differences in the prevalence and incidence of cardiovascular risk factors. In middle-income countries such as Mexico, the evidence is lower, so the aim of the study was to estimate trends in the prevalence of six of...
A little, much, at the folie, more than at all
"titrebRésumé’/titreb addressing the issue of love, from the perspective of the marital scene, based on the practice of clinical interviews of couple, the article proposes to consider love as a veil that conceals subjects, both subjective dimensions as structural as they are unknown. This is, on the...
“Gender and empire. Reflections on an intellectual trajectory “, with Ann Stoler (New School for Social Research), Atelier Genre Condorcet, 4 November 2011
This is the first session of the doctoral, collective and open seminar of the Atelier Genre Condorcet (organised by the Centre for Women’s Studies and Gender Studies in Paris 8), which will have as its theme in 2011-2012” Intellectual genealogies, theoretical translations and cultural transfers of c...
Gender in history
Gender has been everywhere and for a long time: it creates lives, or erasts them as a result of stereotypes! However, since everything and the opposite has been said, the authors of this book wanted to organise an intellectual response to the state of confusion in which the general public is involve...
A microarray-based analysis of gametogenesis in two Portuguese populations of the European clam Ruditapes decussatus
International audience The European clam, Ruditapes decussatus is a species with a high commercial importance in Portugal and other Southern European countries. Its production is almost exclusively based on natural recruitment, which is subject to high annual fluctuations. Increased knowledge of the...
Wage inequality between Latin American and native immigrants in the United States (1980-2010)
We look at the pay gap among US workers between 1980-2010. Pay differences by gender, place of origin and type of occupation are analysed. Overall, the pay gap between men and women, and between natives and immigrants, is maintained over time and increases in both cases. There is a higher concentrat...
The construction of inequalities between girls and boys of success in physical education at the baccalaureate between girls and boys
This research investigates the effect of social and school processes on explanation of the achievement's differences between girls and boys in PE, particularly when they are assessed in team sports in secondary education. The performances of girls often are lower than those of boys. Traditionally, t...
Regional Patterns of Gender Differences in Body Build in Modern Human Populations
One of the most important aspects in modern anthropological research is the study of the level of sexual dimorphism in morphological characteristics, because its variability in different populations may serve as an indicator of the influence of environmental factors, including those of ecological an...
Sexual Differentiation of Brain and Behavior in Quail and Zebra Finches: Studies with a New Aromatase Inhibitor, R76713
peer reviewed In many species of vertebrates, major sex differences affect reproductive behavior and endocrinology. Most of these differences do not result from a direct genomic action but develop following early exposure to a sexually differentiated endocrine milieu. In rodents, the female reproduc...
Are religious customers skeptical toward sexually appealing advertising?
International audience Purpose This paper aims to shed new light on the consumer response toward sex appeal in advertising and investigates ad skepticism in a culturally diverse context. Design/methodology/approach By using the qualitative research methodology, the following study draws upon informa...
Effects of climate change on an emperor penguin population: analysis of coupled demographic and climate models
International audience Sea ice conditions in the Antarctic affect the life cycle of the emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri). We present a population projection for the emperor penguin population of Terre Adélie, Antarctica, by linking demographic models (stage-structured, seasonal, nonlinear, two...
Kin-related spatial structure in brown bears Ursus arctos
International audience Kin-related social structure may influence reproductive success and survival and, hence, the dynamics of populations. It has been documented in many gregarious animal populations, but few solitary species. Using molecular methods and field data we tested: (1) whether kin-relat...
Gender inequality in the face of chronic renal diseases: myth or reality? [Gender differences in chronic kidney diseases: Myth or reality?]
Chronic kidney disease (CKD) concerns about 10 % of the population in Switzerland. Epidemiological studies suggest that women are less prone to the development of CKD than men, and progress less rapidly to end stage renal disease. This protection seems lost when entering menopause. The reasons for t...
The ‘gender difference’ and the others
In response to the problems raised by ‘mined’ women, the time has come to try to explore critically some of the groups most prevalent in feminist thought and doxa. On the basis of the more general refoulement of the history of Italian racism, this article, starting from the first instances of sex/ra...
Sex moderations in the relationship between aortic stiffness, cognition, and cerebrovascular reactivity in healthy older adults
International audience It is well established that sex differences exist in the manifestation of vascular diseases. Arterial stiffness (AS) has been associated with changes in cerebrovascular reactivity (CVR) and cognitive decline in aging. Specifically, older adults with increased AS show a decline...
Genetic origins and contributions of the founders and founders of the Quebec population
This study presents an analysis of the geographical origins and genetic contribution of the founders of the Quebec population. Using data from the BALSAC file and the ancient Quebec Population Register, a corpus of 2223 bottom-up genealogies covering the entire Quebec territory has been built. These...
Early assessment of the speed of visual coordination in patients with light craniocerebral trauma
Context: The objective of this study is to explore the speed of visual coordination after light craniocerebral trauma (TCCL) and to identify predictors of its performance in early recovery. Method: A total of 99 TCCL patients and 32 health participants were recruited. Nineteen participants had a com...
Examining sex differences in DSM-IV-TR narcissistic personality disorder symptom expression using Item Response Theory (IRT).
The limited published literature on the subject suggests that there may be differences in how females and males experience narcissistic personality disorder (NPD) symptoms. The aim of this study was to use methods based on item response theory to examine whether, when equating for levels of NPD symp...
Genetic Factors Explain a Major Fraction of the 50% Lower Lipoprotein(a) Concentrations in Finns
OBJECTIVE: Lp(a) (lipoprotein(a)) concentrations are widely genetically determined by the LPA isoforms and show 5-fold interpopulation differences. Two- to 3-fold differences have been reported even within Europe. Finns represent a distinctive population isolate within Europe and have been repeatedl...
Strength Training for Middle- and Long-Distance Performance: A Meta-Analysis
Erratum: Berryman et al (2018).Int J Sports Physiol Perform. 2018 Mar 1;13(3):398. doi: 10.1123/ijspp.2018-0153. Epub 2018 Mar 8. PMID: 29517405 International audience Purpose: To assess the net effects of strength training on middle- and long-distance performance through a meta-analysis of the avai...
The Differential Effects of Glycans in Males and Females
This presentation will cover the basics of glycobiology and why it is important that people study this field in the years to come. We will go into how glycan modification impacts the body, and why various factors must be taken into account when exclusively controlling for sex differences. The slides...
How lesbian parenting leads to reassess bisexuality and thirdness
Using data from a clinical psychoanalytic study of lesbian couples undertaking Artificial Insemination by Donor (AID), the conference explores how female same sex parenting is related to the notion of the third and to the concept of bisexuality by focusing on two specific themes: the position attrib...