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Human female orgasm and mate fluctuating asymmetry
Abstract Human, Homo sapiens , female orgasm is not necessary for conception; hence it seems reasonable to hypothesize that orgasm is an adaptation for manipulating the outcome of sperm competition… Expand
Microcomputer-based patient education programs for family practice.
As others see us: attitudes of physically handicapped and normals toward own and other groups.
A cultural diversity curriculum: combining didactic, problem-solving, and simulated experiences.
The development of a cultural diversity curriculum in undergraduate medical education is timely because of the need to communicate with increasing numbers of patients of diverse racial, ethnic,… Expand
Reflections: a hierarchy of criteria for evaluating microcomputer-based health education.
A brief background on the status of microcomputer-based health education programs is presented. Expand