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Journal of Evolutionary Psychology
Authors: Christopher D. Watkins, Lisa M. Debruine, Anthony C. Little, David R. Feinberg, Paul J. Fraccaro, and Benedict C. Jones

influences generalized preferences and perceptions of trustworthiness Evolution and Human Behaviour 27 381 389 . R. P

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Research 41 66 74 . Moore , F. R. & Cassidy , C. (submitted manuscript): Female perceptions of the costs and benefits of belonging to the female gender

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D. I. Perrett 2004 When facial attractiveness is only skin deep Perception 33 569 576

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. 11035:1994. ISO (2007): Sensory analysis — General guidance for the design of test rooms . No. 8589:2007. Jover, A.J.V. & Montes, F.J.L. (2004): Measuring perceptions of

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IASP – International Association for the Study of Pain. Pain Terminilogy. http://www.iasp-pain.org . Letöltve: 2009. szeptember 26 Brooks, J., Tracey, I.: From nociception to pain perception

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Christian Nyemcsok, Samantha L. Thomas, Amy Bestman, Hannah Pitt, Mike Daube, and Rebecca Cassidy

). This is an important point, given new marketing environments for gambling, which researchers argue may create a perception among young people that gambling is associated with limited risk ( Pitt, Thomas, Bestman, Stoneham, et al., 2016 ). The

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Zu Wei Zhai, Rani A. Hoff, Caitlin F. Magruder, Marvin A. Steinberg, Jeremy Wampler, Suchitra Krishnan-Sarin, and Marc N. Potenza

-carrying would have more permissive gambling perceptions and view problem gambling preventions as less important; and the relationship between problem gambling severity and health/functioning and gambling characteristics would differ between weapon-carrying and

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Previous research on risk perception suggests that levels of education and information influence concerns over the effects of new technology. This article reports analysis of the impact of several cognitive factors (including education and knowledge) on the perception of risks attributed to applications of modern biotechnology (based on genetic engineering) to food production and agriculture. Using data from a 1992 US-nationwide telephone survey the statistical research identifies those cognitive factors that significantly influence risk perceptions. Additionally, the study reveals those potential influences that, despite their prominence in political and popular debates on risk communication and science education, do not determine the perception of risks on biotechnology in any significant manner.

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Journal of Evolutionary Psychology
Authors: Viren Swami, Malgorzata Rozmus-Wrzesinska, Martin Voracek, Tanja Haubner, Dariusz Danel, Boguslaw Pawłowski, Debbi Stanistreet, Fiona Chaplin, Jahanara Chaudhri, Pinal Sheth, Alla Shostak, Echo Xian Zhang, and Adrian Furnham

2006 Visible skin color distribution plays a role in the perception of age, attractiveness, and health in female faces Evolution and Human Behavior 27 433 442

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al., 2018a; C.-Y. Wu, Lee, Liao, & Ko, 2019; Yu & Cho, 2016 ). Concepts and measurement of illness representation Lay public's perceptions of IGD as a mental illness (i.e., illness representation) may affect people's behavioral and emotional responses

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