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Jon Abbink commented on Jon Abbink's blog post The enduring riddle of ‘menstrual synchrony’: an anthropological perspective
"Typo: I mean "this is an unconscious effect" (line 7)"
Aug 29, 2015
Jon Abbink commented on Jon Abbink's blog post The enduring riddle of ‘menstrual synchrony’: an anthropological perspective
"Hi Sydney, Many thanks for the comments! I must say I am not sure about the first point. I do not think that Suri girls are aware as such of ovulation. I did not specifically look into it; I went by the coordinated efforts I saw among them to…"
Aug 29, 2015
Sydney Yeager commented on Jon Abbink's blog post The enduring riddle of ‘menstrual synchrony’: an anthropological perspective
"Jon, this is a interesting ethnographic discussion, thank you for sharing this. You may mention this in your article, I haven't had the opportunity to read it yet, but how aware do you think the Suri females are of their ovulation?  In the…"
Aug 26, 2015
Jon Abbink commented on Jon Abbink's blog post The enduring riddle of ‘menstrual synchrony’: an anthropological perspective
"Thanks; I included the reference now. Jon"
Aug 22, 2015
Huon Wardle commented on Jon Abbink's blog post The enduring riddle of ‘menstrual synchrony’: an anthropological perspective
"A very interesting report, thanks. Where are you publishing the field study?"
Aug 21, 2015
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The enduring riddle of ‘menstrual synchrony’: an anthropological perspective

 The discussion on female menstrual cycle synchronization may be as old as the recorded history of sexuality, and raises important questions about gender relations, notably the ‘female group solidarity effects’ that may possibly be constructed by it, or through it. Remarkably, already an ancient Egyptian text from the 12th century BC, on the ostracon OLM 13512, has registered the ritual isolation of women for their…See More
Aug 20, 2015
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"Hello dear,I am Amelia by name,this is important,please email me back at[amelia23herbert@yahoo.in].I will be waiting to hear from you soon."
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"Hi Stefanie, Could you please contact me at abbink@ascleiden.nl? It's in relation to a fortcoming publication. Best, Jon"
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"Welcome to the OAC, Jon!"
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The enduring riddle of ‘menstrual synchrony’: an anthropological perspective

 

The discussion on female menstrual cycle synchronization may be as old as the recorded history of sexuality, and raises important questions about gender relations, notably the ‘female group solidarity effects’ that may possibly be constructed by it, or through it. Remarkably, already an ancient Egyptian text…

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At 11:34pm on June 10, 2013, amelia said…

Hello dear,I am Amelia by name,this is important,
please email me back at[amelia23herbert@yahoo.in].
I will be waiting to hear from you soon.

At 3:22pm on October 10, 2011, Keith Hart said…
Welcome to the OAC, Jon!
 
 
 

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