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JeongMee Yoon, Korean photographer, has spent the last five years on the "Pink and Blue Project ": photographing boys and girls with their gender specific-coloured belongings。  韩国摄影师 "JeongMee Yoon"花了近五年的时间进行一项“粉色和蓝色调查”,拍摄了很多男孩女孩分别和他们喜好颜色的物品的合照。  The results are spectacular photographs of the children surrounded by their favourite things in their bedrooms, astonishingly all-pink or all-blue。  调查结果非常惊人,照片中孩子们在自己的卧室里被他们最喜爱的物品包围着,形成一片片粉色和蓝色的世界。  JeongMee, 41, who lives in the US but is originally from Seoul, South Korea, said the project "is like an anthropological study", revealing the differences in the choices of boys and girls as toddlers and how their tastes change as they grow up。  来自韩国首尔的"JeongMee"今年41岁,如今居住在美国。她说,这个调查“就像是一项人类学研究”,揭示了男孩女孩们在幼儿时期对颜色的喜爱存在差异性,而且随着年龄的增长,他们的喜好也会发生变化。调查显示:随着年龄增长儿童对颜色喜爱发生变化。  By returning to photograph the children years later, she has been able to document the change in their preferences. And this was true of her own daughter, Seowoo, who was her first model for the project at the age of five, when she loved the colour pink. But pictures of Seowoo's possessions now show how she now has a preference for blue items as well.  通过几年后反馈回来的照片,"JeongMee" 能够解释说明孩子们喜好的变化。她的女儿就是很好的例子。"Seowoo"是她第一个照片模特,当时只有五岁,表现出对粉色特别的热爱。但是现在"Seowoo" 和她喜爱的物品的合照则显示她已经对蓝色产生了浓厚的偏好。 /201009/1139941. This moment will nap, you will have a dream; But this moment study,you will interpret a dream. 此刻打盹,你将做梦;而此刻学习,你将圆梦 2. I leave uncultivated today, was precisely yesterday perishestomorrow which person of the body implored. 我荒废的今日,正是昨日殒身之人祈求的明日 3. Thought is aly is late, exactly is the earliest time. 觉得为时已晚的时候,恰恰是最早的时候。 4. Not matter of the today will drag tomorrow. 勿将今日之事拖到明日。 5. Time the study pain is temporary, has not learned the pain islife-long. 学习时的苦痛是暂时的,未学到的痛苦是终生的。 6. Studies this matter, lacks the time, but is lacks diligently. 学习这件事,不是缺乏时间,而是缺乏努力。 7. Perhaps happiness does not arrange the position, but succeeds mustarrange the position. 幸福或许不排名次,但成功必排名次。 8. The study certainly is not the life complete. But, sincecontinually life part of - studies also is unable to conquer, what butalso can make? 学习并不是人生的全部。但,既然连人生的一部分——学习也无法征,还能做什么呢? 9. Please enjoy the pain which is unable to avoid. 请享受无法回避的痛苦。 10. Only has compared to the others early, diligently diligently, canfeel the successful taste. 只有比别人更早、更勤奋地努力,才能尝到成功的滋味。 11. Nobody can casually succeed, it comes from the thoroughself-control and the will. 谁也不能随随便便成功,它来自彻底的自我管理和毅力。 12. The time is passing. 时间在流逝。 13. Now drips the saliva, will become tomorrow the tear. 现在淌的哈喇子,将成为明天的眼泪。 14. The dog equally study, the gentleman equally plays. 一样地学,绅士一样地玩。 15. Today does not walk, will have to run tomorrow. 今天不走,明天要跑。 16. The investment future person will be, will be loyal to the realityperson. 投资未来的人是,忠于现实的人。 17. The education level represents the income. 教育程度代表收入。 18. One day, has not been able again to come. 一天过完,不会再来。 19. Even if the present, the match does not stop changes the page. 即使现在,对手也不停地翻动书页。 20. Has not been difficult, then does not have attains 没有艰辛,便无所获。 /200903/63641

1) Dress sharp. Clothes can be an instant confidence booster, if they’re good quality and look very nice on you. Some people, when they put the right clothes on, perceive themselves as if they have armor, they’re more successful or they’re putting their best selves out there. Dressing sharp can change for a while how you perceive yourself, what you focus on and thus, how you feel.注重着装。得体的着装可以瞬间提升你的自信心。 /201002/97327

  Sometimes it's best not to keep your cool. In fact, hotheaded stock investors make better decisions, a study in the Academy of Management Journal showed. Adding emotions to the decision-making process can enhance creativity, engagement and decision efficiency, the researchers wrote in the study.The greater the average intensity of an individual's feelings, the higher their investment returns, they found. The study monitored 101 stock investors in a simulated trading exercise spanning four weeks. "Contrary to the popular belief that the cooler head prevails, people with hot heads--those who experienced their feelings with greater intensity during decision-making--achieved higher decision-making performance," they wrote.But showing emotion on the trading floor is still a controversial subject. "I'm no friend of emotion in trading," said Peter Kenny, managing director at Knight Equity Markets in Jersey City, New Jersey, who has been trading stocks for more than 25 years. "It's much more important to be disciplined." /200812/59014


  Last week, I sent an e-mail to a friend who had just lost his job. “I’m so sorry,” I wrote. “Your bosses are morons to have got rid of such a genius as you. I can only suppose a queue will shortly stretch round the block as less brain-dead employers clamour to take you on. Hope you are OK.”The e-mail was heartfelt except for one word, and that was “shortly”. I don’t expect a queue to form for my friend shortly. Even geniuses are not getting snapped up quickly – unless they happen to be security guards, social workers, accountants or teachers.In a trice, I had a message back. He said he had had a brief panic about the mortgage and school fees but otherwise was really rather cheerful. Indeed, he was in such high spirits that he even sent me a funny anecdote*.I could not help comparing the tone of his message with one that I got the very same afternoon from another friend who works for a company that has also been celebrating Christmas with some savage job cuts. Never, she said, had her morale been as bad. The weight of work was crippling as she was now doing the jobs of three people. There was talk of pay cuts. The office was spookily quiet, too; since most of her friends had been sacked, there wasn’t even anyone around to moan to. Worst of all was the fear that her job would be next.It is tempting to conclude from these two messages that, if there is one thing worse for hitherto successful, well-paid people than being fired, it is not being fired. Those who have been axed don’t need to take the sacking personally, and not working in the days before Christmas can be rather jolly. Whereas for those who have not been fired, the not-so-festive season this year is an orgy of fear and drudgery.There might be some truth in this now but it is not going to stay true for long. The grimness of the unemployed will get worse as no queues form to take them on, while the grimness of those in work will, in time, start to recede. This is not because the economy will improve – it is because the grimness itself will bring on a sounder and altogether more realistic approach to work.Over the past decade, the rich, professional classes have developed an increasingly unhealthy attitude to their jobs. We took our jobs and our fat salaries for granted and felt aggrieved if our bonuses were not even bigger than the year before. We demanded that the work be interesting in itself and, even more dangerously and preposterously, that it should have meaning.The result of all these demands was, of course, dissatisfaction. We had climbed to the very top of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs and discovered that, at the top of the pyramid, the air was very thin indeed. As an agony aunt, I found that by far the most common problem ers submitted came from rich and senior professionals who had all their basic needs more than catered for, leaving their souls in torment. Help me, I’m bored, they cried. Or, worse: what does my work mean?In the past few months, anguish of this sort has vanished. When one’s job is at risk and one’s savings are a shadow of their former selves, the search for meaning at work is meaningless. The point of a job becomes rather more basic: to feed and house (and, at a pinch, to educate) one’s family and oneself. If we can do this, then anything we manage over and above this is a bonus. Once expectations have fully adjusted to this new reality and we see earning money as the main reason for work, greater satisfaction will follow.Low expectations have an awful lot to be said for them. In surveys women turn out to be more satisfied at work than men, in spite of earning less for the same jobs and doing most of the work at home too. The reason is simple: women’s expectations of working life are lower. Similarly, Denmark is the happiest country in the world in spite of having a cold, dark climate and a top tax rate of 68 per cent. The stoical Danes do not expect so much of life and, expecting less, find what little they have rather nice.Climbing down Maslow’s pyramid is painful and progress is slow. However, there is something that managers can do to make the descent a little less grim. The easiest and cheapest way of cheering up demoralised workers is to tell them that they are doing a great job. It is one of the great mysteries of office life why most managers are so resistant to this when it does not cost one penny. Here is all they have to do: pick people off one by one (to do it in groups is lazy and quite spoils the impact) and say thank you and well done, and look as if they mean it.* For anyone who needs further cheering, here is the anecdote of my sacked friend, who heard it from someone who works at the school that Paul McCartney’s child attends. At a recent parents’ evening, Heather Mills was told that her daughter was rather good at the recorder. Ms Mills apparently replied: “She gets that from me.” /200901/60602

  In times of strife or uncertainty, it is easy to beat yourself up – to think you’re not good enough. It is even easier to forget that despite all of our differences we are born with one very important thing is common: potential – and lots of it. What seems difficult, at times, is remembering this potential for greatness lies within us all. So I have compiled a short, easy to-do list with words of inspiration from great thinkers who have recognized their potential as a reminder and an inspiration, for those who have forgotten amidst the daily bump and grind, how to realize their power within:生活中很多事情容易让我们泄气,认为自己不够好,甚至很多时候我们会忘记每个人都是不同的,每个人都有自己的潜力。很多时候,我们会忘记自己的潜能,本文只要旨在提醒那些忘记自己潜能的人并帮助意识到自己潜能的人最大实现自己的价值。#1. Reflect on your life.The first step is committing to 20-30 minutes of quiet Reflection everyday. You don’t have to sit still, close your eyes, and meditate. But you do have to get away from all the distractions in your life such as the television, cell phones, email, radio, family, friends, coworkers, school mates, etc. They’re constantly clouding your thoughts and influencing your decisions.反思自己的生活要做的第一件事就是每天花上20到30分钟来反省自己每天做过的事情,不一定得坐着,闭着眼睛沉思,你可以在看电视的时候,打电话的时候,和朋友,同学或家人在一起的时候都可以。 /200911/90617美国的同性恋文化(二)今天在街上开车,当我在红灯前停住的时候,两个亚洲女孩儿(从举止打扮来看 应该是中国人)开始手牵手地过马路。这要是在中国,应该是一件极为平常的事。俩,感情好;手牵手,过马路。但是这在美国,可就是提供了男士们无限性幻想的素材。只见在我旁边停下来的车里坐着的男士们,个个目不转睛地看着这两个中国从他们车前有说有笑地走过,作口水直流状。我特别清楚他们心里想什么,他们在想:“天哪!我怎么这么幸运,这么一对hot lesbians (性感的女同性恋)让我给撞见了。 每当我告诉这里的男性朋友们在中国,女孩子们手牵手走在大街上是一件很平常的事,根本说明不了她们的性取向时候,他们总是大发感慨道:“That's HOT! (太性感了! 美国人动不动就用这个词,意思和sexy 差不多)那种不自觉流露出的对中国男士羡慕的目光,表露无疑。 在美国, 男士们(除gay men之外)对女同性恋]们,尤其是漂亮的女同性恋们有着特别的执着与迷恋。在他们眼里,恐怕没有什么会有比女同性恋们在一起亲热更加令人想入非非的了。大家如果看过电影”American pie " (美国派)的话,应该还记得其中的一幕:电影中的男主角不惜牺牲自己的色相(与男生亲热)以换取一对美丽女同性恋的互相亲热。我在这里也参加过一些比较疯狂的party。有些漂亮的女孩子为了成为众人的焦点,会与别的女孩子接吻。这种做法,从来都不会失效。立刻,所有的男生都会围过来,因为谁也不愿错过这“免费的午餐”, 精的一幕。有些美国人对性的开放态度令人咋舌。在美国除了gay (男同性恋) 和lesbian (女同性恋) 之外,还有一个群体称为“bi”,这是“bisexual (双性恋)” 的缩写。这个群体里的人既可以是男人,也可以是女人。他们对女人和男人都感兴趣。他们的逻辑是“It doesn't matter if it's man or a woman. What matters is the person himself/herself. ”(性别无关紧要,重要的是这个人本身。) 美国是一个自由风气极为盛行的地方。正因如此,很多同性恋们才能勇敢地站出来,承认自己的性取向。但是近些年来,许多人在争论究竟人的性取向是完全由先天决定的,还是由於太宽松的后天社会环境使得许多人理所当然地认为同性恋本是人生的另一种可以选择的生活方式。很多人担心社会风气是不是过于宽容了以至于原本所形成的是非善恶标准皆因一句“这是他的个人选择,别人无权干涉”而被抛之脑后。更多的人在担心在这样环境里成长的年轻一代会不会因为社会大环境缺乏对性取向“错与对”的明确标准而变得无适从,或是更糟地去尝试同性恋的生活方式以追赶潮流,寻求刺激。在克林顿性丑闻和珍尼杰可逊“露乳”事件之后,越来越多的美国人开始反思令这种极度自由的社会风气以及人们对凡事近乎“无所谓”的态度是否如他们所标榜的那样尽善尽美。在这里有必要提到,不是美国所有的地方都会对同性恋那么包容和理解。 美国是一个以基督教为根基的国家。圣经里提到神圣的婚姻是由上帝创造的,而婚姻必须是一男一女的结合。这就可以解释为什么美国中部,南部保守的基督教徒会如此激烈地抵制,阻挠同性恋婚姻的合法化。上次看了一部纪录片,其中就讲述了美国中部某些保守的地方的极端基督徒对同性恋的歧视。他们不允许自己的孩子和同性恋的朋友交往。去年美国大选,同性恋婚姻的合法化就是美国两个政党,民主党和共和党争论的敏感问题。美国的同性恋们主要聚集在美国自由风气浓厚的各大城市里,尤其以洛杉矶和纽约最为显著。"When you were born, you were crying and everyone around you was smiling, live your life so that when you die, you're smiling and everyone around you is crying." 当你出生时,你哭着,身边的人笑着。尽情享受生命吧!当你离世时,你笑着,身边的人哭着。 /201108/151311

  长相好看的人比起长相平庸的同事工资待遇要高A new book by an economics professor at the University of Texas-Austin reveals what the world of advertising has known for decades - that beauty sells.德克萨斯大学奥斯汀分校的一位经济学教授最近出版新书,书中揭示的似乎是广告宣传界已经流传已久广为人知的真理:那就是美貌能带来商业效益。But Daniel S. Hamermesh also shows that being attractive pays - with good looking employees enjoying more perks and higher pay packets than their plainer colleagues.不过丹尼尔;哈默迈什教授的研究可不止如此,他还发现长得好看收入也高:长相好看的人比起长相平庸的同事工资待遇要高,享受的特殊待遇也多。Professor Hamermesh has studied what he refers to as the economics of beauty for about 20 years.哈默迈什教授把这叫做美貌经济学,他已经潜心研究此领域有20年之久。In his book Beauty Pays, published by Princeton University Press, he claims good looking people enjoyed perks beyond their pay - such as party invites, business travel and office privileges - while less attractive workers are overlooked and can often be victims of discrimination.在他的新书《美貌带来报酬》中,他认为长相好看的人在工资收入之外,享受的特殊待遇也要多,包括聚会邀请,商务旅游和办公室特权。相比之下,长相没那么吸引人的同事们通常会被忽视成为外貌歧视的受害者。该书已由普林斯顿大学出版。Attractive people are more likely to be happier, earn more money, get a bank loan (with a lower interest rate) and marry equally good looking partners.容貌好看的人更快乐,赚得更多,可以拿到贷款(利率还低),跟容貌同样不错的伴侣结婚的可能性也更大。As a result, attractive employees are more productive, leading to higher sales and potentially higher profit for themselves or the company they work for.因此,长相好看的职员工作效率也更高,带来更高的销售额,同样也会为自己或公司带来更高的利润。Less cut and dried is what constitutes attractiveness. Far from being merely in the eye of the beholder, Professor Hamermesh points to a few subconscious factors - such as the symmetry of the face, facial expression and popularity factors (if the person looks like someone popular or famous).上面的这些似乎有些老生常谈吧,不过哈默迈什教授还总结了一些吸引力的组成因素。觉得某个人有魅力可远不止情人眼里出西施这么简单,他指出还有一些潜意识因素:脸型的对称,面部表情和名人效应(看起来像某个名人)。In his book, Professor Hamermesh estimated that attractive people earned on average about 145,000 more in a lifetime than those with below-average looks.教授在书中估计,长相好看的人一生平均要比长相低于平均水平的人收入高出14.5万英镑。A beautiful woman would earn four per cent more, and handsome men three per cent more, than their plain counterparts.比起长相平平的同事,美貌的女性收入高出4%,帅气的男性收入则高出3%。When the professor#39;s research became widely known in the early 1990s, he came in for some criticism - namely from comedian Jay Leno, who asked why someone like Dallas businessman and presidential candidate Ross Perot earned more than someone like actor Rob Lowe?哈默迈什教授的研究自20世纪90年代早期起就广泛引起关注,不过也有一些批评的声音:特别是喜剧演员杰;雷诺(小编注:美国N电视台《今夜脱口秀》节目主持人),他就质疑为什么罗斯;佩洛特,这位达拉斯小牛队前老板和两届总统候选人, 赚得要比帅哥级演员罗伯;洛多呢?But Professor Hamermesh brushed this off, being ed in the Sydney Morning Herald as saying: #39;We don#39;t talk about individuals; we talk about the average good-looking person and the average bad-looking person. There are always outliers.#39;不过哈默迈什教授没有接受这种质疑,他曾对《悉尼先驱晨报》表示:;我们谈论的不是单独的个人,我们的讨论对象是平均长相好看和平均长相难看的人。总是会有例外的。; Of course education and work experience were important factors in earnings, but Professor Hamermesh said his new book, based on his research, showed that a person#39;s looks were impossible to ignore.教授基于多年的研究在新书中表示,教育背景和工作经历当然是影响我们收入的重要因素,但是个人长相的影响也无法忽略。 /201111/161525

  1. You jump, I jump.1. 你跳我就跳。2. We#39;re women. Our choices are never easy.2. 我们是女人,我们的选择从来就不易。3. All life is a game of luck.3. 生活本来就全靠运气。4. I#39;d rather be his whore than your wife.4. 我宁愿当他的婊子也不愿做你的妻子。5. You are going to get out of there.You#39;re going to on and you#39;re going to make lots of babies and you#39;re going to watch them grow and you#39;re going to die and old, an old lady, warm in your bed. Not there, Not this night, Not like this .5. 你一定会脱险的,你要活下去,生很多孩子,看着他们长大,你会安享晚年,安息在温暖的床上,而不是今晚在这里,不是象这样的死去。6. Winning that ticket, Rose, was the best thing that ever happened to me... it brought me to you. And I#39;m thankful for that, Rose. I#39;m thankful. You must do me this honor, Rose. Promise me you#39;ll survive. That you won#39;t give up, no matter what happens, no matter how hopeless. Promise me now, Rose, and never let go of that promise.6. 赢得船票……是我一生最幸运的事,让我可认识你,认识你真荣幸,万分荣幸,你一定要帮我,答应我活下去,答应我,你不会放弃……无论发生什么事,无论环境怎样……Rose,答应我,千万别忘了。7. I figure life is a gift and I don#39;t intend on wasting it. You never know what hand you#39;re going to get dealt next. You learn to take life as it comes at you….7. 我觉得生命是一份礼物,我不想浪费它,你不会知道下一手牌会是什么,要学会接受生活。8. Don#39;t you do that, don#39;t say your good-byes.8. 别那样,不说再见,坚持下去,你明白吗?9. I#39;ll never let go. I#39;ll never let go, Jack.9. 我永不食言,永不食言,Jack。10. God shall wipe away all the tears from their eyes, and there shall be no more death. Neither shall there be sorrow or dying, neither shall there be any more pain, for the former world has passed away.10. 上帝擦去他们所有的眼泪,死亡不再有,也不再有悲伤和生死离别,不再有痛苦,因往事已矣。 /201204/177197

  一、Zippo打火机 20世纪40年代初期,zippo成为美国军需品。第二次世界大战爆发,美国士兵很快便喜爱上了它,一打即着及优秀的防风性能在士兵中有口皆碑。 1932年,美国人乔治·布雷斯代,看到一个朋友笨拙地用一个廉价的奥地利产打火机点烟后,为了掩饰那令人尴尬的打火机,耸了耸肩,对他说:"它很实用!"。事后布雷斯代发明了一个设计简单,不受气压或低温影响的打火机。并将其定名为ZIPPO,这是受当时的另一项伟大的发明--拉链 (ZIPPER)的启发,以"它管用"为宗旨而定名的。在四年之后,ZIPPO成功的获得美国政府的专利权,并依照它的原始的结构重新设计了灵巧的长方形的外壳,盖面与机身间以铰链连接,并克了设计上的困难,在火芯周围加上了专为放风设计的带孔防风墙。四十年代初期,ZIPPO成为美国军队的军需品,随着第二次世界大战的爆发,美国士兵很快便喜爱上了它,一打即着及优秀的防风性能在士兵中有口皆碑。实际上,至今为止的65年中,ZIPPO的外形并没有发生什么变化,而将这一专利发展的近乎完美。每一次在大风中打开机盖,点燃火芯的时候,你都会体会到ZIPPO如此独到的防风设计。 ZIPPO 防风打火机最初设计时就考虑到:它可以在任何恶劣的天气下和你所需要得时候都让你满意。事实也明了这一点,在硝烟弥漫的二战战场上,在狂风暴雨中,在沙漠里,乃至任何你需要它的地方,你都会感觉到ZIPPO优良的性能。像所有的ZIPPO打火机一样,我们的ZIPPO户外打火机系列具有以下几大特点: ZIPPO坚硬的外壳可以抵御任何物质的碰撞。一名士兵因为ZIPPO挡住子弹而保住性命, 而那ZIPPO却依然好用。ZIPPO可以经得起任何浸泡的考验(即使你的ZIPPO完全被水浸湿,它的火焰也会令你满意)。当你点燃手中的ZIPPO 时,它就会一直燃烧下去。因此,即使在寒冷的冬夜,你的手指几乎完全麻木的时候,你也可以用它来点燃那救命的篝火。 ZIPPO强劲有力而且安全可靠的火焰得自于它所用的特制的液体燃料(而非丁烷气体)。因此,在任何恶劣的天气下,它都可以被轻松地点燃甚至保持长久不熄。。

  1.A girl should be two things: classy and fabulous.每个女孩都该做到两点:有品位且光芒四射。 /201109/152722

  Our wallets will not be the only thing suffering as we buy presents this Christmas. The mind and body will also be put under dangerous levels of stress, a study has found.Christmas shopping increased blood pressure to dangerous levels in 50 per cent of shoppers. This can lead to hypertension, which can increase the risk of heart disease, stroke and kidney problems. Even low levels of hypertension are linked with migraines, panic attacks and osteoporosis. Heart rates increased by an average of 10 per cent during Christmas shopping, University of East London in partnership with Moneysupermarket Shopping found.In the study of 16 men and 16 women, men had the worst spikes in heart rate during a 90-minute spree in London. But with blood pressure and cortisol, both sexes had similar increases.Samuel Thompson, 30:" I HAD to buy five items and had an hour and a half to buy them. No sweat --or so I thought.""Normally, I know exactly what I want to get and do it as quick as possible. But having to make on-the-spot decisions, like we did in the test, makes it more stressful.""Lack of time and the crowds were the biggest pressure points. I got frustrated by other people slowing me down by stopping to chat in the street. And I could feel myself sweating in queues. Everything took longer than planned."Dr Turner's verdict:" Sam's heart rate was good at the start but it had almost doubled by the end. Combined with his hiked systolic blood pressure--up by nearly 15 per cent--it could put him in line for stroke. Systolic blood pressure relates to the pumping out of blood by the heart."Set a budget.Be clear how much you want to spend on each person and stick to it!Make a list.Make a detailed list of the people you need to buy gifts for--this will ease your panic and help you avoid the embarrassment of realising you completely forgot about your sister-in-law again.Research gifts online.Not only can this provide inspiration, but comparison sites will tell you where to get the best deals.Shop online.You can pretty much buy anything and everything you could want online. Many businesses offer next day delivery and discounts are offered online that are not available in-store.Use your credit card.Purchases made on your credit card are insured against theft, loss and damage.Stagger your shopping.If you start buying your presents a few months in advance--say one present a month--both your wallet and your stress levels will thank you for taking the pressure off. /200812/57802

  Women may be better at sniffing out biologically relevant information from underarm sweat, a US study suggests.美国一项研究显示,女性通过腋下气味识别生物性相关信息的能力很可能更强。Researchers found it was difficult to mask underarm odour when a woman was doing thesmelling, but quite easy to do so when it was a man.研究人员发现,用其它气味来蒙蔽女性对腋下气味的识别是比较困难的。相比之下,男性则更好蒙骗。They speculate that a woman's highly attuned smell radar might help her select a mate.研究人员由此猜测,女性敏锐的嗅觉可能有助于她们选择适合自己的伴侣。The study, by Philadelphia's Monell Center, appears in Flavour and Fragrance Journal.由费城蒙尼奥研究中心组织的这项研究成果已经在《香料与香味杂志》上发表。 In the study, women and men rated the strength of underarm odours, both alone and in conjunction with various fragrances.参与试验的女性和男性分别用鼻子去闻两组腋下气味,一组是独立的腋下气味,另一组是腋下气味与其它多种香味混合而成的气味。The fragrances were selected to test their ability to block underarm odour through a method known as olfactory cross-adaptation.研究人员利用嗅觉交叉适应的方法来测试他们辨别腋下气味的能力。This occurs when the nose adapts to one odour, and then also becomes less sensitive to a second odour.采用这种测试方法是因为一旦鼻子对第一种气味适应之后,它对第二种气味的判断灵敏度就减弱了。 Sniffed alone, the underarm odours smelled equally strong to men and women.当男女在闻独立腋下气味的时候,男女的辨别能力旗鼓相当。 But when fragrance was introduced, only two of 32 scents successfully blocked underarm odour when women were doing the smelling.但是当腋下气味中混合了其它香味的时候,32种气味中只有两种腋下混合气味让女性无法成功识别。 /200904/67511

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