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People are better at recognizing faces of their own race than faces of other racial groups. This own-race bias (ORB) in face recognition manifests in some studies as a full crossover interaction between race of observer and race of face, but in others the interaction is accompanied by main effects or other complexities. We hypothesized that this may be due(More)
The content of 4,319 consultations in primary health care representing 7% of all consultations from March, 1985 to March, 1986 at the Murialdo Health Center, was analyzed. The health center is located in the outskirts of Porto Alegre, RS (Brazil). Woman represented 67% of the total demand. Most consultations were for children under 10 years of age (37%) and(More)
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