The morning read:

Stress passed from rat mothers to offspring, could be beneficial in terms of preparing future generation for local environment “”via heritable epigenetic changes, to prepare the next generation to better cope with this environment,” Prof. Leshem explains” in

“Stress effects may be inherited by future children”

http://scienceblog.com/47186/stress-effects-may-be-inherited-by-future-children/

 

Depressing link between young bullying and sex violence (harassment) in “Child bullies are prone to sexual violence as adolescents”

http://scienceblog.com/47194/child-bullies-are-prone-to-sexual-violence-as-adolescents-study-shows/

In my day at school we did not have de-pantsing nor “the nervous game” thank god!

 

Seems like east europeans fall in love more quickly than americans, and have less expectations of a permeneant realtionship

 

http://scienceblog.com/47214/friendship-timing-key-differences-between-us-eastern-european-love/

 

Working through KILDUFF , TSAI & HANKE : “A PARADIGM TOO FAR? A DYNAMIC STABILITY RECONSIDERATION OF THE SOCIAL NETWORK RESEARCH PROGRAM ”

Enjoying the gist and some details

Get into:

Imre Lakotas and moving away from a paradigm shift as route to change in “research Programmes”

Reminded about Nelson and Winter 82 and evolution of the firm

So glad to re-encounter Theodore Newcomb and his calm situated work on aquaintance

Need to look at Cilliers 88 on complexity

Re-assured I get (ish) structuration (Giddens 84)

H Simon Bounded Rationality out of Models of Man 57

And excited to hunt out Kapferer 72 who looked at Indians managing a firm in Africa!

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