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  • Perception of Women with Visual Body Modifications

    Perception of Women with Visual Body Modifications0

    Introduction: When making a lasting first impression we often hear that image is everything. Historically, women endured the most scrutiny by society for their image, especially when women have visible tattoos or other body modifications that deviate from social constructs of beauty. In recent years, Visual Body Modifications (VBM) such as tattoos have been growing

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  • Breathing Life into Lines: Disney’s Success at Personality Animation

    Breathing Life into Lines: Disney’s Success at Personality Animation0

    Characters in animation are just a group of lines and vectors. But how is it that they play with our emotions? What about Wall-E or Up that makes us laugh, or cry? It’s personality animation. Simply put, animators manipulate hues, sound, movement, line-work, etc. to give a hero or villain a very distinct personality. And

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  • Keep Up the Good Work: The Business Application of Self-Complexity Theory

    Keep Up the Good Work: The Business Application of Self-Complexity Theory0

    In 1985, Patricia Linville published her research on how self-complexity and affect (aka emotions) interact. In other words, how does the understanding of who you are affect your emotional state? The Yale psychologist stumbled upon a particularly interesting phenomenon– it has the ability to transform the way we manage people. Self-complexity is the idea that

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  • Come Again? A Study on Masturbation.

    Come Again? A Study on Masturbation.0

    NOTE: This study is not safe for work, and may not be appropriate for people of a certain age– all of this however is at your discretion. With that said, this study examines a topic most people consider taboo: masturbation. We’ll take a look at it from several angles in hopes that we may be

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  • Ferguson: The Racial Divide on the Darren Wilson Indictment

    Ferguson: The Racial Divide on the Darren Wilson Indictment0

    This study explores the effect of race, gender, and age in the Ferguson Indictment Case of Officer Darren Wilson. 329 individuals were asked whether they agreed or disagreed with the Grand Jury’s decision to not indict Darren Wilson. All relevant data is provided below–logged in users are able to download the .docx and .xlsx. Click

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