Psycomedia Episode 93 – People Aren’t Motivated By Natural Selection, They’re Just Shallow

Psycomedia Episode 93 – People Aren’t Motivated By Natural Selection, They’re Just Shallow

References:

  • Eagly, A. H., Ashmore, R. D., Makhijani, M. G., & Longo, L. C. (1991). What is beautiful is good, but…: A meta-analytic review of research on the physical attractiveness stereotype. Psychological bulletin, 110(1), 109.
  • Kleinke, C. L., & Staneski, R. A. (1980). First impressions of female bust size. The Journal of Social Psychology, 110(1), 123-134.
  • Kleisner, K., Chvátalová, V., & Flegr, J. (2014). Perceived Intelligence Is Associated with Measured Intelligence in Men but Not Women. PloS one, 9(3), e81237.
  • McKeachie, W. J. (1952). Lipstick as a determiner of first impressions of personality: An experiment for the general psychology course. The Journal of Social Psychology, 36(2), 241-244.

Stoffel the Honey Badger:

Ben’s early birthday present:

Can the b-side be worse? Yes. Yes it can.

Have some Fractal Tree instead:

Or maybe some Lustmord:

 

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One Response to Psycomedia Episode 93 – People Aren’t Motivated By Natural Selection, They’re Just Shallow

  1. Peter Mohlin says:

    In regards to cancer and it being catchable or not: You can spread cancer by injecting cancerous cells. Or at least that works for rats. Not sure if it’s been tested on humans for… eh… pretty obvious reasons 🙂

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