Good for interpretation: Social-do-gooding brags by certain CEOs

This week’s Make-of-This-What-You-Will Press Release comes from the University of California, Riverside. It says, in part: This dynamic – espousing good actions but then taking steps in the opposite direction – is surprisingly common among CEOs of Fortune 500 companies, researchers have found in a just published paper. They found firms that engaged in prior socially […]

Athletic Numbers: Sex Brags

“Student Athletes Claim to Have More Sexual Partners Than Other Students,” Charlotte Faurie, Dominique Pontier, and Michel Raymond, Evolution and Human Behavior, vol. 25, no. 1, January 2004, pp. 1–8. The authors, at Université Montpellier, France, explain that: [AIR 16:2] We investigated the relationship between involvement in competitive sport and self-reported numbers of sexual partners. […]