Marc Thompson

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While stigma associated with HIV infection is well recognised, there is limited information on the impact of HIV-related stigma between men who have sex with men and within communities of gay men. The consequences of HIV-related stigma can be personal and community-wide, including impacts on mood and emotional well-being, prevention, testing behaviour, and(More)
BACKGROUND The teaching profession is an occupation with a high prevalence of work-related stress. This may lead to sustained physical and mental health problems in teachers. It can also negatively affect the health, wellbeing and educational attainment of children, and impose a financial burden on the public budget in terms of teacher turnover and sickness(More)
  • Luck, Geoff, +5 authors Petri
  • 2012
Research has shown that a number of factors, including body symmetry, perceived strength, vigour, skil-fulness, and agility of movements, as well as increased variability and amplitude of the neck and trunk, can affect the attractiveness of dance moves. Perceived femininity/masculinity of body movement likely also plays a role. Here, we compare(More)
  • Luck, Geoff, +5 authors Petri
  • 2012
Previous research has shown that personality plays a significant role in interpersonal attraction. We took this issue to the dance floor, and investigated how personality characteristics of both observers and dancers affect the former's attractiveness ratings of the latter. Sixty-two heterosexual adult participants watched 48 short audiovisual point-light(More)
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