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Podcast Episode #207: “The Psychoanalysts’s Nose”

Wednesday, April 1st, 2020

The Psychoanalyst’s Nose, the Year of Lint, the Impact of Cold Wet Underwear, Boys Will Be Boys, the Pride of the Pride (of Lions), Hair (and Hare) Research, Social Dilemmas from the Not-So-Distant Past, Chewing on Knowledge, and Fold When Wet (If Naked Underwater).

In episode #207, Marc Abrahams shows some unfamiliar research studies to Jean Berko Gleason, Chris Cotsapas, Andrew Berry, Robin Abrahams, and Nicole Sharp. Dramatic readings and reactions ensue.

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1. Jean Berko Gleason encounters:

The Psychoanalysts’ Nose— Sigmund Freud, Wilhelm Fliess, and Emma Eckstein: Three Nasal Narratives at the Origins of Psychoanalysis,” Annick Le Guerer, Psychoanalytic Review, vol. 88, no. 3, June 2001, 401–53.

Le Guerer’s web site

LE GUERER VIDEO

2. Chris Cotsapas encounters:

The Nature of Navel Fluff,” Georg Steinhauser, Medical Hypotheses, 72, no. 6 (2009): 623-625.

Lint in the Belly Button,” Mamoru Kikuchi and Kenji Yano,  Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery, vol. 62, no. 2, February 2009,  pp. 282–3.

3. Jean Berko Gleason encounters:

Impact of Wet Underwear on Thermoregulatory Responses and Thermal Comfort in the Cold,” Martha Kold Bakkevig and Ruth Nielson, Ergonomics, vol. 37, no. 8, Aug. 1994 , pp. 1375-89.

The impact of activity level on sweat accumulation and thermal comfort using different underwear,” Martha Kold Bakkevig and Ruth Nielson,  Ergonomics 38, no. 5, 1995, pp. 926-939.

4. Andrew Berry encounters:

Dung Lung: A Report of Toxic Exposure to Liquid Manure,” Lida N. Osbern and Robert O. Crapo, Annals of Internal Medicine, vol. 95, no. 33, September 1981, pp. 312–4.

A Preliminary Report on the Use of Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging with Simultaneous Urodynamics to Record Brain Activity During Micturition,” Jan Krhut, Jaroslav Tintera, Petr Holý, Roman Zachoval, and Peter Zvara, Journal of Urology, vol.188, no. 2, 2012, pp. 474–9.

Magnetic Spheres as Foreign Body into the Bladder,” Tulio M. Graziottin, Daniel de Freitas G. Soares, Carlos T. Da Ros, Paulo R. Sogari, Cláudio Telöken, and Paulo Roberto Laste, Journal of Sexual Medicine, vol. 10, no. 10, October 2013, pp. 2590–2.

5. Jean Berko Gleason encounters:

Grinnell, Jon, and Karen McComb (2001). ‘Roaring and Social Communication in African Lions: The Limitations Imposed by Listeners.’ Animal Behaviour 62 (1): 93–98.

McComb, Karen, Craig Packer, and Anne Pusey (1994). ‘Roaring and Numerical Assessment in Contests Between Groups of Female Lions, Panthera leo.’ Animal Behaviour 47 (2): 379–87.

Grinnell, Jon, Craig Packer, and Anne E. Pusey (1995). ‘Cooperation in Male Lions: Kinship, Reciprocity or Mutualism?’ Animal Behaviour 49 (1): 95–105.

6. Chris Cotsapas encounters:

A Comparison of Jump Performances of the Dog Flea, Ctenocephalides canis (Curtis, 1826) and the Cat Flea, Ctenocephalides felis felis (Bouche, 1835),” M.C. Cadiergues, C. Joubert, and M. Franc, Veterinary Parasitology, vol. 92, no. 3, October 1, 2000, pp. 239-41.

The Domestication of Social Cognition in Dogs,” Brian Hare, et al., Science, vol. 298, no. 5598, November 22, 2002, pp. 1634-1636.

Cytogenetics in the Dog and Cat,” W.C. Hare, et al., Journal of Small Animal Practice, vol. 7, no. 9, September 1966, pp. 575-92.

Body Composition of Olympic Speed Skating Candidates,” J. Hare, et al., Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, vol. 53, no. 2, June 1982, pp. 150-5.

7. Robin Abrahams encounters:

Etiquette, by Emily Post, 1942.

8. Jean Berko Gleason encounters:

Bellisle, France, B. Guy-Grand, and J. Le Magnen (2000). ‘Chewing and Swallowing as Indices of the Stimulation to Eat During Meals in Humans: Effects Revealed by the Edogram Method and Video Recordings.’ Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews 24 (2): 223–28.

Bellisle, France, and Anne-Marie Dalix (2001). ‘Cognitive Restraint Can Be Offset by Distraction, Leading to Increased Meal Intake in Women.’ American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 74 (2): 197–200.

9. Nicole Sharp encounters:

Aleyev, Yuri Glebovich (1977). Nekton. The Hague: Dr W. Junk. See 264–78.

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Podcast Episode #206: “Flatulence in Dogs”

Wednesday, March 18th, 2020

Flatulence in Dogs, the Real-Life Wizard of Oz, Triskadekaphobia When People Buy a House, Boys Will Be Boys, Why Your Doctor Should Smell, Soft is Hard, You Bastard, and Personal Space at the Beach.

In episode #206, Marc Abrahams shows some unfamiliar research studies to Nicole Sharp, Robin Abrahams, Melissa Franklin, Chris Cotsapas, Jean Berko Gleason, Bill Hoston and Andrew Berry. Dramatic readings and reactions ensue.

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1. Nicole Sharp encounters:

Flatulence in Pet Dogs,” by B.R. Jones, K.S. Jones, K. Turner, and B. Rogatski, New Zealand Veterinary Journal, 1998 Oct;46(5):191-3.

Administration of Charcoal, Yucca Schidigera, and Zinc Acetate to Reduce Malodorous Flatulence in dogs,” Catriona J. Giffard, Stella B. Collins, Neil C. Stoodley, Richard F. Butterwick, and Roger M. Batt, The Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, vol. 218, no. 6, March 15, 2001, pp. 892-6.

2. Robin and Marc Abrahams encounter:

The Enigmatic Dr. Nakamats.

3. Melissa Franklin encounters:

Triskaidekaphobia and North American Residential Real Estate Prices,” James E. Larsen, International Real Estate Review, vol. 18, no. 3, 2015, pp. 317-329.

4. Chris Cotsapas encounters:

The Adaptive Function of Masturbation in a Promiscuous African Ground Squirrel,” Jane M. Waterman, PLoS ONE, vol. 5, no. 9, 2010.

Differences in Breast Shape Preferences Between Plastic Surgeons and Patients Seeking Breast Augmentation,” H.C. Hsia and G.J. Thomson, Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, vol. 112, no. 1, July 2003, pp. 312–20.

Changes in Pornography-Seeking Behaviors Following Political Elections: An Examination of the Challenge Hypothesis,” Patrick M. Markey and Charlotte N. Markey, Evolution and Human Behavior, vol. 31, no. 6, November 2010, pp. 442–6.

5. Jean Berko Gleason encounters:

Scratch and Sniff. The Dynamic Duo,” W.Z. Stitt and A. Goldsmith, Archives of Dermatology, vol. 131, no. 9, September 1995, pp. 997-9.

6. Bill Hoston encounters:

The Physical Burdens of Secrecy,” M.L. Slepian, E.J. Masicampo, N.R. Toosi, and N. Ambady, Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, vol. 141, 2012, pp. 619–24.

Big Secrets Do Not Necessarily Cause Hills to Appear Steeper,” Etienne P. LeBel and Christopher J. Wilbur, Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 21(3), 2014, 696-700.

Passing Encounters: Patterns of Recognition and Avoidance in Pedestrians,” Miles L. Patterson, A. Webb, and W. Schwartz, Basic and Applied Social Psychology, vol. 24, 2002, pp. 57–66.

Through a Glass Darkly: Effects of Smiling and Visibility on Recognition and Avoidance in Passing Encounters,” Miles L. Patterson and Mark E. Tubbs, Western Journal of Communication, vol. 69, no. 3, July 2005, pp. 219–31.

7. Robin Abrahams encounters:

You Bastard: A Narrative Exploration of the Experience of Indignation within Organizations,” David Sims, Organization Studies, vol. 26, no. 11, 2005, pp. 1625-40.

8. Andrew Berry encounters:

Territorial Spacing on a Beach,” Sociometry, Julian J. Edney and Nancy L. Jordan-Edney, vol. 37, 1974, pp. 92-104.

Territorial Spacing on a Beach Revisited: A Cross-National Exploration,” H.W. Smith, Social Psychology Quarterly, vol. 44, no. 2, 1981, pp. 132-7.

Personal Space and Stimulus Intensity at a Southern California Amusement Park,” Paul D. Nesbitt and Girard Steven, Sociometry, vol. 37, no. 1, 1974, pp. 105-15.

How are Distances Between Individuals of Grazing Cows Explained by a Statistical Model?” Masae Shiyomi, Ecological Modelling, vol. 172, 2004, pp. 87–94.

How are distances between grazing cows determined: A case study,” Masae Shiyomi, Applied entomology and zoology 39, no. 4 (2004): 575-581.

Islam, Tamanna, Eiki Fukuda, Masae Shiyomi, Molla Rahman Shaibur, Shigenao Kawai, and Mikinori Tsuiki. “Effects of Feces on Spatial Distribution Patterns of Grazed Grassland Communities.” Agricultural Sciences in China 9, no. 1 (2010): 121-129.

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Podcast Episode #205: “Color Preferences in the Insane”

Wednesday, March 4th, 2020

Color Preference in the Insane, Can Consumers Recognize the Taste of their Favorite Beer?, Effect of Audience Boredom on the Power Hungry, You Never Sleep Alone, Improbable Medical Review, Extracting the Wrong Tooth, and Telephones for Animals.

In episode #206, Marc Abrahams shows some unfamiliar research studies to Jean Berko Gleason, Chris Cotsapas, Maggie Lettvin, Richard Baguley, and Melissa Franklin. Dramatic readings and reactions ensue.

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1. Jean Berko Gleason encounters:

Siegfried E. Katz, (1931). ‘Color Preference in the Insane.’ Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology 26 (2): 203–11.

2. Chris Cotsapas encounter:

Probably Not the Best Lager in the World: Effect of Brands on Consumers’ Preferences in a Beer Tasting Experiment,” Matteo Maria Galizzi and Christian Garavaglia, Liuc Papers in Economics, no. 254, Serie Economia e Impresa, vol. 65, October 2012.

3. Jean Berko Gleason encounters:

Fodor, Eugene M., and David P. Wick (2009). ‘Need for Power and Affective Response to Negative Audience Reaction to an xtemporaneous Speech.’ Journal of Research in Personality 43: 721–26.

4. Maggie Lettvin encounters:

Van Bronswijk, J. E. M. H. (1994). ‘A Bed Ecosystem.’ Lecture Abstracts – 1st Benelux Congress of Zoology, Leuven, 4–5 November.

Solarz, Krzysztof (1997). ‘Seasonal Dynamics of House Dust Mite Populations in Bed/Mattress Dust from Two Dwellings in Sosnowiec (Upper Silesia, Poland): An Attempt to Assess Exposure.’ Annals of Agricultural and Environmental Medicine 4: 253–61.

Sesay, H. R., and R. M. Dobson (1972). ‘Studies on the Mite Fauna of House Dust in Scotland with Special Reference to that of Beddings.’ Acarologia 14: pp. 384–92.

Morphological adaptation for precopulatory guarding in astigmatic mites (Acari: Acaridida),” Wojciech Witaliński, Jacek Dabert and Manfred G. Walzl, International Journal of Acarology, vol. 18, no. 1, 1992, pp. 49-54.

5. Richard Baguley encounters:

A Unique Case of Human Ophthalmic Acariasis Caused by Orthohalarachne attenuata (Banks, 1910) (Acari: Halarachnidae),” James P. Webb, Jr., Deane P. Furman, and Samuel Wang, Journal of Parasitology, vol. 71, no. 3, June 1985, pp. 388–9

Medical Training as Adventure-Wonder and Adventure-Ordeal: A Dialogical Analysis of Affect-Laden Pedagogy,” Anne Madill and Paul Sullivan, Social Science and Medicine, vol. 71, 2010, pp. 2195–203.

6. Jean Berko Gleason encounters:

The Case of the Wrong Tooth,” Laurance Jerrold and Mary Romeo, American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, vol. 100, no. 4, October 1991, pp. 376–81.

Ethics Case Analysis: The Extraction of the Wrong Tooth,” Gary Chiodo, Susan Tolle, and Laurance Jerrold, American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, vol. 114, no. 6, 1998, pp. 721–3.

Effectiveness of an Educational Program in Reducing the Incidence of Wrong-Site Tooth Extraction,” Hao-Hueng Chang, Jang-Jaer Lee, Shih-Jung Cheng, Puo-Jen Yang, Liang-Jiunn Hahn, Ying-Shiung Kuo, Wan-Hong Lan, and Sang-Heng Kok, Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology, Oral Radiology, and Endodontology, vol. 98, no. 3, 2004, pp. 288–94.

Wrong Tooth Extraction: Root Cause Analysis,” Oren Peleg, Navot Givot, Tali Halamish-Shani, and Shlomo Taicher, Quintessence International, vol. 41, no. 10, November–December 2010, pp.869–72.

Experience of Wrong-Site Tooth Extraction Among Nigerian Dentists,” Wasiu L. Adeyemo, Olabisi H. Oderinu, Akanbi C.O. Olojede, Azeez A. Fashina., and Adeshina O.S. Ayodele, Saudi Dental Journal, vol. 23, no. 3, 2011, pp.153–6.

7. Melissa Franklin encounters:

Domestic animal telephone“, US patent granted to Mark W. Kroll, # 7654230, granted February 2, 2010.

Bruce Petschek, Audio Engineer

John Shedler, Audio Engineer

Seth Gliksman, Production Assistant
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Podcast Episode #204: “The Longest Oath”

Wednesday, February 19th, 2020

The Longest Oath, The Okajima/Fujinami Navel Lint Removal Invention, The Effect of Country Music on Suicide, Garlic in Men and Women, Artificial Fruit Processing, Improbable Medical Review, Clever Contraptions to Capture Crooks, and On What I Do Not Understand and Have Something to Say.

In episode #204, Marc Abrahams shows some unfamiliar research studies to Robin Abrahams, Chris Cotsapas, Jean Berko Gleason, Andrew Berry, Nicole Sharp, Corky White, Richard Baguley, and Melissa Franklin. Dramatic readings and reactions ensue.

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1. Robin Abrahams encounters:

“Burmah and the Burmese,” Kenneth R.H. Mackenzie, Geo. Routledge & Co., London, 1853

2. Chris Cotsapas encounters:

“Body recessed portion cleaning agent,”patent application (US #2007/0041923) filed by Takao Okajima and Susumu Fujinami.

3. Jean Berko Gleason encounters:

“The Effect of Country Music on Suicide,” Steven Stack and James Gundlach , Social Forces, volume 71, number 1, September 1992, on pp. 211-8.

“Comments on Stack and Gundlach’s “The Effect of Country Music on Suicide:” An “Achy Breaky Heart” May Not Kill You.” Gary W. Mauk, Matthew J. Taylor, Karl R. White, and T. Scott Allen, Social Forces, vol. 72, no. 4, 1994, pp. 1249-1255.

“Achy Breaky Makey Wakey Heart? A Randomised Crossover Trial of Musical Prompts,” Malcolm Woollard, , Jason Poposki, Brae McWhinnie, Lettie Rawlins, Graham Munro, and Peter O’Meara. Emergency Medicine Journal, 2011.

4. Andrew Berry encounters:

Hirsch, Alan R. (2000). ‘Effects of Garlic Bread on Family Interactions.’ Psychosomatic Medicine 62 (1): 103.

Kuettner, E. Bartholomeus, Rolf Hilgenfeld, and Manfred S. Weiss (2002). ‘The Active Principle of Garlic at Atomic Resolution.’ Journal of Biological Chemistry 277 (48): 46402–7.

Thomas, H. F., P. M. Sweetnam, and B. Janchawee (1998). ‘What Sort of Men Take Garlic Preparations?’ Complementary Therapies in Medicine 6: 195–97.

5. Nicole Sharp encounters:

“Imitative learning of artificial fruit processing in children (Homo sapiens) and chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes),” A. Whiten, D.M. Custance, J.C. Gomez, P. Teixidor P, and K.A. Bard, Journal of Comparative Psychology, vol. 110, no. 1, March 1996, pp. 3-14.

6. Corky White encounters:

“Feet Rolled Over by Cars: Radiological and Histological Considerations from Experiments,” J. Falk, J. Michael, P. Eysel, M. A. Rothschild, International Journal of Legal Medicine, vol. 122, no. 2, March 2008, pp. 97–100.

“A Case Study of Gut Fermentation Syndrome (Auto-Brewery) with Saccharomyces cerevisiae as the Causative Organism.” Cordell, Barbara, and Justin McCarthy, International Journal of Clinical Medicine, vol. 4, 2013, pp. 309–12.

“Papaya (Carica papaya) Consumption is Unsafe in Pregnancy: Fact or Fable? Scientific Evaluation of a Common Belief in Some Parts of Asia Using a Rat Model,” Adebowale Adebiyi, P. Ganesan Adaikan, and R.N.V. Prasad, British Journal of Nutrition, vol. 88, no. 02, August 2002, pp 199–203.

7. Richard Baguley encounters:

Helene Adelaide Shelby’s “Apparatus for Obtaining Criminal Confessions and Photographically Recording Them” (U.S. patent 1749090, granted 1930)

Alphonse J. Thibault’s “Burglar Trap” (U.S. Patent 1807944, granted 1931)

Peter Boudreau’s “Crime Prevention System” (U.S. patent 3680499, granted 1972)

Jack Jensen’s “Airplane Hijacking Injector” (U.S. patent 3841328, granted 1974)

8. Melissa Franklin encounters:

“Gastric Disappearance of Dietary Fiber by Adolescent Boys,” S. Gramstorff Fetzer, C. Kies, and H.M. Fox, Cereal Chemistry, vol. 56, 1979, p. 34.

“A Tall Space With a Small Bottom,” István Juhász, Saharon Shelah, Lajos Soukup, and Zoltán Szentmikl Ossy, Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society, vol. 131, no. 6, 2003, pp. 1907-16.

“On What I Do Not Understand (and Have Something to Say), Part I,” Saharon Shelah, Fundamenta Mathematicae, vol. 166, nos. 1-2, 2000, pp. 1-82.

“Brussels Sprouts: An Exceptionally Rich Source of Ambiguity for Anticancer Strategies,” M. Paolini,Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, vol. 152, no. 2, October 1998, pp. 293-4.

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Podcast Episode #203: “Who Can Touch Whom”

Wednesday, February 5th, 2020

Who Can Touch Whom, Head on Brain in Brain, Gueguen and the Goad of Small Things, Clever Contraptions to Capture Crooks, some 2013 Ig Nobel Prize Winners, Fire-Eaters and Punk Rockers, and the Names of Bad Guys.

In episode #203, Marc Abrahams shows some unfamiliar research studies to Jean Berko Gleason, Foster the Cat, Richard Baguley, Robin Abrahams, Andrew Berry, and Chris Cotsapas. Dramatic readings and reactions ensue.

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1. Jean Berko Gleason and her cat Foster encounter:

“Topography of social touching depends on emotional bonds between humans,” Juulia T. Suvilehto, Enrico Glerean, Robin I. M. Dunbar, Riitta Hari, and Lauri Nummenmaa, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, epub 2015.

2. Richard Baguley encounters:

“Henry Head: The Man and His Ideas,” Russell Brain, Brain, vol. 84, no. 4, December 1961, pp. 561–6.

“Some Reflections on Brain and Mind,” Lord Brain, Brain, vol. 86, no. 3, 1963, pp. 381-402.

”A Human Experiment in Nerve Division,” W.H.R. Rivers and Henry Head, Brain, vol. 31, no. 3, 1908, pp. 323–450.

“Clinical Meeting Held May 10, 1923: Case of Right Frontal Tumour; Cracked-pot Percussion Note over Right Frontal Bone; Left Palmar Reflex,” Dr. George Riddoch and Dr. Russell Brain, Brain, vol. 46, no. 2, 1923, p. 246.

“Speech and Cerebral Localization,” Henry Head, Brain, vol. 46, no. 4, 1923, pp. 355–528.

Brain itself eventually produced a small essay about Head and Brain and other editors of Brain.
“Editorial,” Alastair Compston, Brain, vol. 127, 2004, pp. 1689–90.

3. Robin Abrahams encounters:

“Women’s Bust Size and Men’s Courtship Solicitation,” Nicolas Guéguen, Body Image, vol 4, no. 4, December 2007, pp. 386–90. (Thanks to Charles Oppenheim for bringing this to our attention.)

“Bust Size and Hitchhiking: A Field Study,” Nicolas Guéguen, Perceptual and Motor Skills, vol. 105, no. 3, part 2, December 2007, pp. 1294–8. (Thanks to James Randerson for bringing this to our attention.):

“The Effect of Touch on Tipping: An Evaluation in a French Bar,” Nicolas Guéguen and Celine Jacob, International Journal of Hospitality Management, vol. 24, no. 2, 2005, pp. 295–9.

“The Effect of Perfume on Prosocial Behavior of Pedestrians,” Nicolas Guéguen,  Psychological Reports, vol. 88, 2001,  pp. 1046-8.

4. Andrew Berry encounters:

Gustano Pizzo’s U.S. Patent #3811643, “Anti Hijacking System for Aircraft,” granted 1972

Kuo Cheng Hsieh’s U.S. patent #6219959, “Net Trapping System for Capturing a Robber Immediately,” granted 2001

Charl Fourie and Michelle Wong’s “A Security System for a Vehicle” — International Patent WO/1999/032331, granted 1999

J.F. Hurd’s “Pickpocket and Coat-thief Detector”  U.S. patent 477940, granted 1892

Thomas Walsh’s “Fire Alarm Box”  U.S. patent 545141, granted 1895

Martin Plesac’s “Burglar Apparatus”  U.S. patent 978396, granted 1910

5. Jean Berko Gleason encounters:

See Ig Nobel web site

6. Chris Cotsapas encounters:

“Paukenbelüftung durch Aufblasen eines Luftballons mit der Nase” [Middle Ear Ventilation by Blowing up a Balloon with the Nose], [article in German], S. Kaus, Laryngorhinootologie, vol. 71, no. 9, September 1992, pp. 485-6.

“Fire-Eater’s Lung,” P.E. Brander, E. Taskinen, and B. Stenius-Aarniala, European Respiratory Journal, vol. 5, no. 1, January 1992, pp. 112-4.

“Fire-Eater’s Lung: Seventeen Cases and a Review of the Literature,” Thibaut Gentina, Isabelle Tillie-Leblond, Sophie Birolleau, Saidi Faycal, Thierry Saelens, Laurent Boudoux, Daniel Vervloet, Philippe Delaval, and André-Bernard Tonnel, Medicine, Vol.80(5), 2001, pp. 291-297.

“Punk Rocker’s Lung: Pulmonary Fibrosis in a Drug Snorting Fire-Eater,” D.R. Buchanan, D. Lamb, and A. Seaton, British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition), vol. 283, no. 6307, Dec. 19, 1981, p. 1661.

7. Jean Berko Gleason encounters:

“Boys Named Sue: Disruptive Children and Their Peers,” David Figlio, Education, Finance and Policy, vol. 2, no. 4, 2007, pp. 376–94.

“First Names and Crime: Does Unpopularity Spell Trouble?” David E. Kalist and Daniel Y. Lee, Social Science Quarterly, vol. 90, no. 1, March 2009, pp. 39–49.

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