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Temperament: Creativity, Openness and the Schizophrenic spectrum

Part II:  Are high creativity, high Openness and the schizophrenic spectrum–linked?  (See Part I in “Temperament and the Big Five Openness Scale–Still problems there?”  for introduction). One of the strongest and most consistent links to Openness is that of creativity … Continue reading

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Temperament and the Big Five Openness Scale–Still problems there?

Part I:  Possible Openness flaws Openness or Openness to Experience is the fifth of the Big Five Temperaments.  In many ways it is the most interesting, but the least clearly defined, and perhaps the most controversial.  In American politics, in … Continue reading

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Boys and Men in Crisis. Biology? Culture? Both!

This is the last of a series of five blogs.  In chronological order they are: Shrinking penises, dropping sperm counts and bigger heads:  What’s going on here?   Temperament, Testosterone and 21st Century Culture:  More on “What’s going on Here”?  Sperm, … Continue reading

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Temperament, Final sperm comments and the problem of the declining male brand.

Preface:  Final comments on declining sperm I finished my recent blog on sperm decline and related reproductive horror stories by coming to  the strange conclusion that  the “end of men” could be in sight but no one is screaming. The … Continue reading

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Sperm, testosterone and penises: Male reproductive health in crisis?

In an earlier blog I focused on reports of declining penis size in human males, declining sperm count, and even increases in brain size and changes in head shape. A follow-up blog explored reports that men are falling behind in … Continue reading

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