Albert, and C. It's in the Father's Genes. For each user who self—reported in one of the sex orientation groups mentioned in the Statistical methods section, we found the percentage of friends that fell into each sex orientation group. At the end of the rainbow: The phone company stores data on who calls whom, for example, and that data builds a social graph.
Our subjects were 42 percent male, 25 percent female, and 32 percent unreported.
As can be seen from these data, heterosexual males have 0. The second mock article discussed sex-specific sleep patterns, which served as a control. On the other hand, research like ours could possibly be used by mental health professionals to identify high—risk individuals and reduce the incidence of suicide.
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