The psychological search for drunk types

How many kinds of drunks are there? This study takes on that question: “Searching for Mr. Hyde: A five-factor approach to characterizing ‘types of drunks’“, Rachel Pearl Winograd [pictured here], Douglas Steinley, and Kenneth Sher, Addiction Theory and Research, epub April 24, 2015. (Thanks to Maddalena Feliciello for bringing this to our attention.) The authors, at the […]

A possibly-fascinating little taxonomy of little fasteners

If you like to classify things, or see classifications of things that other people took the time to do, you might like the work done by the Holotypic Occlupanid Research Group (HOLG). Their focus is perhaps fascinating, and certainly fastener-centric. The HOLG web site explains: This site contains several years of research in the classification of occlupanids. […]