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. Keddie & B. Baron (Eds.), Women in Middle Eastern history: Shifting boundaries in sex and gender . New Haven : Yale University Press . Kleck , R. E. , & Rubenstein , C. ( 1975 ). Physical attractiveness, perceived attitude similarity, and

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picture processing interferes with working memory performance . Journal of Sex Research , 50 , 642 – 652 . Leeman , R. F. & Potenza , M. N. ( 2012 ). Similarities and differences

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the reasons for student status termination bear many similarities in the Hungarian language higher education institutions of the three countries. Table  1 shows these similarities. Table 1. Reasons for

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. , & Merriman , L. A. ( 2011 ). Sex differences and sex similarities in disgust sensitivity . Personality & Individual Differences , 51 ( 3 ), 343 – 348 . https://doi.org/10.1016/j.paid.2011.04.003 Tybur , J. M. , Lieberman , D. , & Griskevicius , V

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-Āryan Indian populations and supported the emergence of Vajrayāna Buddhism. The meanings behind these Vajrayāna deities nonetheless came from Hindu myth and ritual, and it is the tracing of these similarities between the deities of Hindu and Vajrayāna in their

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who “walk the walk” and not just “talk the talk”; Henrich 2009 ), and self-similarity (imitating self-similar people), as well as when- biases, such as imitating when uncertain, when prior knowledge is outdated, and when individual learning is costly

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Journal of Psychedelic Studies
Authors: Nathan D. Sepeda, John M. Clifton, Laura Y. Doyle, Rafael Lancelotta, Roland R. Griffiths, and Alan K. Davis

neuronal effects ( Carhart-Harris et al., 2012 ; Riga, Soria, Tudela, Artigas, & Celada, 2014 ). Because emerging evidence suggests similarities between the acute effects of 5-MeO-DMT and other classic psychedelic substances, studies have explored

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, with the convergence of phylogenetic analysis with cross-cultural similarity in patterns of cultural plant providing information for discovering significant phytochemicals and new drug sources. Converging cross-cultural patterns can lead to discovery of

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outcomes from the contingency table. The qualitative analysis focused on any similarities or differences between how the two groups motivate their answers. We used inductive thematic analysis where the goal is to find themes within data where a theme should

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similarities and/or differences between the reported demographics and subjective experiences using either administration routes. The alpha level of significance was set at 0.05. Phi was calculated to estimate effect sizes of significant frequency differences in

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