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Stine Møllegaard
Asst Prof @ - Into sociogenomics, inequality in education, cultural capital, prenatal conditions, non/cognitive skills, food and coffee
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UnderstandingSociety Jun 13
Cultural omnivores are "trusting and risk‐taking ... hold more favourable views about the European Union ... are politically more engaged". Fascinating new research using our data from Tak Wing Chan
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Stine Møllegaard Jun 5
Replying to @stinemollegaard
Also, we're collecting more data on twins and their cultural consumption and preferences! We'll get the data any time now, ahmahgawd, excitement!
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Stine Møllegaard Jun 5
Discovery Society special issue on Denmark and our research at DeptSoc UniCph. I wrote something and gave it a click-bait title.
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Discover Society Jun 5
Special issue from sociologists based at the University of Copenhagen addressing urgent social issues
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NeliDemireva Jun 3
Come to Essex for funded PhD to study how to help young people tackle racist messages!
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Lord Ashcroft May 27
From my Euro-election post vote poll: 53% of 2017 Conservatives who turned out on Thursday switched to the Brexit Party; 12% went to the Lib Dems. Only 21% stayed with the Tories. 38% of 2017 Labour voters stayed with Labour. 22% went to the Lib Dems, 17% Green, 13% Brexit.
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Christiaan Monden 🇬🇧🇳🇱🇱🇻🇪🇺 May 28
One of the best visualizations of the EU election results in the UK was in the FT. Shows how the Brexit Party wiped away UKIP.
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Eric Turkheimer May 25
This article is like a top ten list of wrong-headed things to say about genetic testing, courtesy of Steven Hsu.
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Stine Møllegaard May 24
Replying to @sanderwagner
I want Pluto (and world order) back
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Nature News & Comment May 22
📈 Science in Europe: by the numbers Switzerland, Denmark and Norway are among the world's most research-intensive countries, with more than 23 papers per 10,000 people. (1/5)
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Tim Morris May 24
New preprint investigating whether education can be personalised using pupils' genetic data, completed with and : . Brief tweet thread overview of the results (with the usual pre-print caveats)... 1/n
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Stine Møllegaard May 17
Replying to @PEngzell
what about academic memes then?
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Stine Møllegaard May 17
Can't believe what's going on in the US right now
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GWAS_lit May 16
Polygenic Score of Intelligence is More Predictive of Crystallized than Fluid Performance Among Children
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Sandy Black May 16
A summary of my work with Paul Devereux, , and on nature versus nurture and inter generational mobility.
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Stine Møllegaard May 15
Of course it is, of course..
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Stine Møllegaard May 15
I broke my brain trying to figure out whether that would be high-brow or low-brow cultural consumption - Britney Spears! But ..Opera! aaahhh...
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Alex Kwong May 14
It's so I've written a shortish blog about depression in young people. I talk about some of the facts surrounding depression and then discuss a few of the potential risk factors for adolescent depression. 1/4
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Maria Christodoulou May 14
It’s and has a series of events that promote it. From a very thought-provoking panel yesterday by graduate students, to tai chi today, and a botany walk by the Oxford Herbaria Curator for tomorrow! 1/n
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Peter Fallesen May 10
New WP on recessions and fertility in the Nordic countries by , Neyer, Andersson, Dommermuth, , , Jónsson, &
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