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Neurophysiological effect of exposure to gossip on product endorsement and willingness-to-pay.

With the proliferation of social networking sites, it is common to encounter gossip and product endorsement from different social influences (friends, strangers or celebrities) in the same context. This research examines gossip as a facilitator of reputational social exchange, and shows that exposure to gossip moderates the social influence of product endorsement. Participants read positive and negative gossip about different endorsers, and event-related potentials (ERPs) were recorded during product endors...


Silence Is Golden. Six Reasons Inhibiting the Spread of Third-Party Gossip.

Most of the current literature on gossip describes gossipmongers as incessantly sharing evaluative and valuable information about an absent third party in teams, groups, communities, and organizations. However, potential gossipers can similarly decide not to share what they know, depending on the content, the context, or their relationship with the other actors in the gossip triad. We argue that understanding the reasons why people do gossip may provide useful insights into individual motives, group dynami...

Reduction of sexist attitudes, romantic myths, and aggressive behaviors in adolescents: Efficacy of the DARSI program.

The DARSI program (Developing Healthy and Egalitarian Adolescent Relationships) aims to prevent peer aggressive behaviors inside and outside social networks and educate adolescents on gender equality. The objective of this study was to evaluate the effects of the program on the reduction of sexist attitudes, myths of romantic love and aggressive behaviors in adolescents.


The myths of obesity.

Despite an epidemic of obesity, the availability of bariatric surgery is limited. Negative beliefs about obesity and bariatric surgery are one of the barriers to access. In this article, we address and dispel some of the common myths surrounding obesity and bariatric surgery.

Affirmative citation bias in scientific myth debunking: A three-in-one case study.

Several uncorroborated, false, or misinterpreted conceptions have for years been widely distributed in academic publications, thus becoming scientific myths. How can such misconceptions persist and proliferate within the inimical environment of academic criticism? Examining 613 articles we demonstrate that the reception of three myth-exposing publications is skewed by an 'affirmative citation bias': The vast majority of articles citing the critical article will affirm the idea criticized. 468 affirmed the m...

Behavior and abundance of Anopheles darlingi in communities living in the Colombian Amazon riverside.

In the past few years, relative frequencies of malaria parasite species in communities living in the Colombian Amazon riverside have changed, being Plasmodium vivax (61.4%) and Plasmodium malariae (43.8%) the most frequent. Given this epidemiological scenario, it is important to determine the species of anophelines involved in these parasites' transmission. This study was carried out in June 2016 in two indigenous communities living close to the tributaries of the Amazon River using protected human bait. Th...

Albinism: myths and reality.

Reply to comments made by M Donnarumma et al. "Comment on "Acne and nutrition: hypotheses, myths and facts" published by our expert group in 2018.

Donnarumma et al. report results from a retrospective survey about nutrition habits and the relationship to acne in 92 subjects from the region of Naples, Italy to investigate allegations made in our publication "Acne and nutrition: hypotheses, myths and facts".(1, 2). The authors used a questionnaire developed for assessing diet and obesity indexes among high risk subjects.(3) The questionnaire was used in patients with mild-to moderate acne and in an undefined control group. This article is protected by ...

Birthmarks: Tradition, Culture, Myths, and Folklore.

Fibromyalgia 2019: Myths and Realities.

"Sleep and Keep": Dispelling Myths of "Pump and Dump" from an Anesthesiologist's Perspective.

Public survey reactions to an arts-based educational menopausal hot flash exhibit.

The aim of this study was to obtain public survey reactions to concept art for an exhibit about menopausal hot flashes designed to stimulate learning, dispel myths, spur dialogue, and increase empathy.

Public survey reactions to an arts-based educational menopausal hot flash exhibit.

The aim of this study was to obtain public survey reactions to concept art for an exhibit about menopausal hot flashes designed to stimulate learning, dispel myths, spur dialogue, and increase empathy.

Debunking Myths About the Purpose and Intentions of Fundamentals of Laparoscopic Surgery Testing.

Strengthening Research in Benign Urology: Dispelling Myths that Impede Success.

An arts-based educational exhibit on menopausal hot flashes.

The aim of this study was to describe the development process, science, and symbolism of an arts-based educational exhibit designed to address myths, misinformation, negative imagery, and use of unproven treatments related to menopausal hot flashes.

An arts-based educational exhibit on menopausal hot flashes.

The aim of this study was to describe the development process, science, and symbolism of an arts-based educational exhibit designed to address myths, misinformation, negative imagery, and use of unproven treatments related to menopausal hot flashes.

Debunking Myths About the Purpose and Intentions of Fundamentals of Laparoscopic Surgery Testing-Reply.

Dementia in the Bangladeshi diaspora in England: A qualitative study of the myths and stigmas about dementia.

Although Bangladeshis are three times more likely to be carers than White British, Bangladeshi family carers are the most deprived, neglected, and effectively a hidden group in the United Kingdom. There is a paucity of research within the Bangladeshi community that is capable of explaining and predicting the experiences and concerns of Bangladeshi family carers providing care for their relatives with dementia. The purpose of this study is to explore the perspectives of Bangladeshi family carers' knowledge a...

HPV Vaccines: Separating Myths from Reality.

Marriage and diabetes.

This communication shares the challenges and concerns associated with marriage in persons living with diabetes. It classifies the challenges as psychosocial and biomedical, and lists counselling tips to tackle these. It dispels the various myths associated with marriage, andsuggests proactive steps to improve societal attitudes and practices.

The history of development of the Soviet penicillin: fabrication and facts.

The history of creation of penicillin in the USSR remains a topic of little-studied, but overgrown with a large number of factual inaccuracies and myths. With the opening of access to previously classified materials of the State archive of the Russian Federation, it became possible to dispel many of them, to cover the events, confirming the facts documented.

Gods associated with male fertility and virility.

Human fertility has always been a topic of curiosity and devotion. Many cultures consider fertility to be a necessity for the survival and perpetuation of mankind and since early times, myths were created to explain this fabulous process. Fertility gods were ubiquitous in numerous ancient human cultures and were used both to understand fertility and to cope with infertility by means of rituals and offerings.

Myths and realities in the management of the open abdomen with negative pressure systems. A case report and literature review.

The open abdomen is a useful resource for treating patients with abdominal hypertension and abdominal compartment syndrome. Currently, early closure assisted with negative pressure devices is considered standard of treatment, and its use has demonstrated favorable outcomes and a decreased rate of complications.

Origin of certain eponyms used in pediatrics derived from literature.

Eponyms are commonly used in medicine; some of them derive from the name of literary characters or make reference to classical myths. In this article, we underline some eponyms obtained from literature and review the characteristics of the literary characters, the circumstances that led to their creation, and the physicians who coined and adapted them to the field of medicine. A literary eponym offers a cultural and humanist perspective to our daily practice and is part of the history of medicine.


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