Weekend Readings for May 25, 2018

Weekend Reading
  1. Body-size shifts in aquatic and terrestrial urban communities.
  2. Investigating the link between television viewing and men’s preferences for female body size and shape in rural Nicaragua.
  3. Television, Disordered Eating, and Young Women in Fiji: Negotiating Body Image and Identity during Rapid Social Change.
  4. College for All, Degrees for Few: For-Profit Colleges and Socioeconomic Differences in Degree Attainment.
  5. Territorial defense in parking lots: Retaliation against waiting drivers.
  6. A Berkeley professor explains why society needs more troublemakers.
  7. Think ‘globalists’ are villains? Look at the Ebola outbreak.
  8. Why Are so Many Babies Born around 8:00 A.M.?
  9. Can Humans Live Well without Pillaging the Planet?
  10. Inference of ecological and social drivers of human brain-size evolution.
  11. Should Psychiatry Test For Lead More?
  12. Can Things Be Both Popular And Silenced?
  13. There is a war.
  14. The Development of Gender Achievement Gaps in Mathematics and Reading During Elementary and Middle School.
  15. The relation between emotional intelligence and job performance: A meta‐analysis.
  16. The Amazing Psychology of Japanese Train Stations.
  17. Every 202,500 Years, Earth Wanders in a New Direction.
  18. Coyotes Conquered North America. Now They’re Heading South.
  19. Out with pesticides, in with wildflowers.
  20. As Population Growth Slows, Populism Surges.
  21. Numbers of neurons as biological correlates of cognitive capability.
  22. Drought-sensitivity of fine dust in the US Southwest: Implications for air quality and public health under future climate change.
  23. Affirmative Discrimination in Elite College Admissions.
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