Re: Mankind project
Date: May 10, 2013 11:05PM
Prolonged eye staring is hard wired into us as aggression.
And is used to establish domination.
Staring contests are automatic: People lock eyes to ... - Science DailyFeb 25, 2011 ... New research suggests that the dominance behavior exhibited by staring
someone ... hierarchy not through fighting, but through staring contests. ...
revealed that dominant animals with higher testosterone levels tend to suffer ...
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Have you ever had a staring contest with your dog and won? - Yahoo ...So no, my dogs never win a "staring contest", because it only ... lot of animals, for
that matter) in the eye is a sign of dominance and aggression.
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Emotional Competency - Dominance ContestDominance Contest, The Classic Showdown. ... They are common among many
animal species, especially when competing for a mate. ... Chess Matches and
other strategy games; Endurance contests, stare downs, handshakes;
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Bad dog training advice: the staring game - The Dog BlogFeb 15, 2012 ... An animal lover who has studied dogs with particular interest during her life, ...
one, the dog who wins the staring contest is the dominant one.
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Staring contests are automatic -- especially if you're bossy - The ...Mar 11, 2011 ... Now, a new study suggests that we may engage in staring contests without ... "
The initiation of the staredown is reflexive for dominant people," says ... Give the
credit -- or the blame -- to our heritage in the animal kingdom.
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Dominance hierarchy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaRed stags, for example, engage in exhausting roaring contests to exhibit their ...
In many bird species the dominant individuals have higher rates of food intake .....
and "extra queens" may benefit of starting a colony in the same site or nest.
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TESTOSTERONE AND DOMINANCE IN MEN - CogprintsAndrogen, testosterone, dominance, aggression, competition, antisocial behavior
..... In such cases, a simple stare by the powerful animal, followed by the fearful ...
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How Do Cats Determine Dominance? - PetsIt's usually easy to pick out the dominant dog in a pack, but hierarchy among ...
Cats have staring contests with each other to establish and maintain authority.
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Eye Tracking Unconscious Face-to-Face ConfrontationsDominance Motives Prolong Gaze to Masked Angry Faces ... commonalities with
frequently observed behavior during dominance contests in primate social
systems. ... by individuals staring at one another (staring endurance) until one
averts the ..... to focus on interactions between subcortical and cortical brain
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Maslow's Vision: 1 - Vassar College Public Access Employee Directory1 It was the most thorough study of dominance and submissiveness ... by a
staring contest not unlike the kinds of eye-contact dominance games often played
...... ways in which brain-injured patients adapt to and compensate for their
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Biosociology of dominance and deference... brain Cetacea, 45 Champness, B., 80 chimpanzee: dominance/submission by,
... 42 comparative morphology, 52 competition, 90-92, 103-4, 108, 118-23, 128, ...
123, 128, 130, 135; signals/symbols of, 6, 7, 43, 63, 69-71, 70- staring for, 68, ...
Testosterone and dominance in men - Sitemaker - University of ...BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES (1998) 21, 353–397. Printed in the United
... Keywords: aggression; androgen, antisocial behavior, competition, dominance,
testosterone. 1. ...... In this example, Ego's stare is assumed to elicit feelings of ...
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