TORONTO, June 22, 2010 – Gay men can recall familiar faces faster and more accurately than their heterosexual counterparts because, like women, they use both sides of their brains, according to a new study by York University researchers.
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York U Neuroscientists Decode Brain Maps to Discover How We Take Aim
TORONTO, Sept. 10, 2014 - Serena Williams won her third consecutive US Open title a few days ago, thanks to reasons including obvious ones like physical strength and endurance. But how much did her brain and its egocentric and allocentric functions help the American tennis star retain the cup?
How Much Gravity Is Enough?
TORONTO, September 3, 2014 – Keeping upright in a low-gravity environment is not easy, and NASA documents abound with examples of astronauts falling on the lunar surface. Now, a new study by an international team of researchers led by York University professors Laurence Harris and Michael Jenkin, published today in PLOS ONE, suggests that the reason for all these moon mishaps might be because its gravity isn't sufficient to provide astronauts with unambiguous information on which way is "up".
Songbird Student Pilots Delay Departure And Make Frequent Stopovers During First Migration
TORONTO, Aug 20, 2014 – Juvenile songbirds on spring migration travel from overwintering sites in the tropics to breeding destinations thousands of kilometres away with no prior experience to guide them. Now, a new study out of York University has tracked these "student pilots" on their first long-haul flight and found significant differences between the timing of juvenile migration and that of experienced adults.
New Study First to Examine Quality of Cardiac Rehabilitation Programs in Canada
The quality of cardiac rehabilitation programs across Canada is strong, with specific criteria areas now identified as requiring further enhancement to improve patient outcomes, according to a new study conducted by researchers at the Peter Munk Cardiac Centre, York University and UHN.
Adults with Autism at Higher Risk of Sexual Victimization: York University Study
Adults with autism are at a higher risk of sexual victimization than adults without, due to lack of sex education, but with improved interventions that focus on sexual knowledge and skill building, the risk could be reduced, according to a recent study by York University researchers.
|Psychologists Find Link Between Ovulation And Women's Ability to Identify Heterosexual Men|
By University of Toronto
TORONTO, ON – A new study by psychologists at the University of Toronto and Tufts University shows that a woman can more accurately identify a man's sexual orientation when
By Northeastern University
A recent study sheds new light on the phenomenon known as "gaydar," or the ability to determine another person's sexual orientation. The study found that women who identified
|'Gaydar' Automatic And More Accurate for Women's Faces, Psychologists Find|
By University of Washington
After seeing faces for less than a blink of an eye, college students have accuracy greater than mere chance in judging others' sexual orientation. Their "gaydar" persisted even when
|U of T Study Suggests Sexual Orientation Unconsciously Affects Our Impressions of Others|
By University of Toronto
Studies by psychologists at the University of Toronto reveal that when it comes to white men, being straight may make you more likable but in the case of black
|Pupil Dilation Reveals Sexual Orientation in New Cornell Study|
By Cornell University
ITHACA, N.Y. — There is a popular belief that sexual orientation can be revealed by pupil dilation to attractive people, yet until now there was no scientific evidence. For
|White, Straight Women Leading Surge in Infertility Treatments|
By American Psychological Association
WASHINGTON — Heterosexual white women are twice as likely as racial or sexual minority women to obtain medical help to get pregnant, according to a recent study published by
|Children in Lesbian Families in the United States Do Not Experience Sexual Or Physical Abuse by Parents|
By Universiteit van Amsterdam (UVA)
Teenagers from lesbian families in the United States reported 0% sexual abuse by their parents or guardians. Furthermore, it also appears that - compared to peers with heterosexual parents
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