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Scratching as a communication tool to help social cohesion

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Reports on research by Jamie Whitehouse and colleagues which is the first to suggest scratching may have evolved as a communication tool to help social cohesion.

Period11 Sep 2017 → 12 Sep 2017

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TitleThe unexpected way stress can help your social life
Media name / outletStylist
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date12/09/17
DescriptionReport on research by Jamie Whitehouse and colleagues which is the first to suggest scratching may have evolved as a communication tool to help social cohesion.
Producer / AuthorMegan Murray
URLwww.stylist.co.uk/life/stress-signs-scratching-new-study-social-situations-primates
PersonsJamie Whitehouse
TitleScratching helps boost social bonding in monkeys
Media name / outletCan India News
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date11/09/17
DescriptionReport on research by Jamie Whitehouse and colleagues which is the first to suggest scratching may have evolved as a communication tool to help social cohesion.
Producer / AuthorCan India News
URLwww.canindia.com/scratching-helps-boost-social-bonding-in-monkeys/
PersonsJamie Whitehouse
TitleMore than an itch
Media name / outletTechnology Networks
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date11/09/17
DescriptionReports on research by Jamie Whitehouse and colleagues which is the first to suggest scratching may have evolved as a communication tool to help social cohesion.
Producer / AuthorTechnology Networks
URLhttps://www.technologynetworks.com/tn/news/more-than-an-itch-scratching-makes-you-less-threatening-291614
PersonsJamie Whitehouse
TitleHere's why you shouldn't hide your stress at work
Media name / outletEntrepreneur.com
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date11/09/17
DescriptionReports on research by Jamie Whitehouse and colleagues which is the first to suggest scratching may have evolved as a communication tool to help social cohesion.
Producer / AuthorNina Zipkin
URLhttps://www.entrepreneur.com/article/300135
PersonsJamie Whitehouse
TitleWhy do we scratch? It's a social signal in times of stress
Media name / outletInternational Business Times
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date11/09/17
DescriptionReport on research by Jamie Whitehouse and colleagues which is the first to suggest scratching may have evolved as a communication tool to help social cohesion.
Producer / AuthorElana Glowatz
URLwww.ibtimes.com/why-do-we-scratch-its-social-signal-times-stress-2588550
PersonsJamie Whitehouse
TitleScratching when you're stressed might help keep you out of a scrap
Media name / outletAtlas Obscura
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date11/09/17
DescriptionReport on research by Jamie Whitehouse and colleagues which is the first to suggest scratching may have evolved as a communication tool to help social cohesion.
Producer / AuthorVittoria Traverso
URLwww.atlasobscura.com/articles/monkeys-fight-humans-stress-social-research
PersonsJamie Whitehouse
TitleDrapanie sie, gdzie niew swedzi, ma sens
Media name / outletRMF24
Media typeWeb
Date11/09/17
DescriptionReport on research by Jamie Whitehouse and colleagues which is the first to suggest scratching may have evolved as a communication tool to help social cohesion.
Producer / AuthorGrzegorz Jasinski
URLtwojezdrowie.rmf24.pl/czlowiek/glowa/news-drapanie-sie-gdzie-nie-swedzi-ma-sens,nId,2439058
PersonsJamie Whitehouse
TitleUuring: sugamine voib aidata konflikte valtida
Media name / outletAtlas News
Media typeWeb
Date11/09/17
DescriptionReport on research by Jamie Whitehouse and colleagues which is the first to suggest scratching may have evolved as a communication tool to help social cohesion.
Producer / AuthorAtlas News
URLatlas.postimees.ee/4239671/uuring-sugamine-voib-aidata-konflikte-valtida
PersonsJamie Whitehouse
TitleKrabben is sociaal vredessignaal bij apen
Media name / outletNU
Media typeWeb
Date11/09/17
DescriptionReport on research by Jamie Whitehouse and colleagues which is the first to suggest scratching may have evolved as a communication tool to help social cohesion.
Producer / AuthorDennis Rhine
URLhttps://www.nu.nl/dieren/4917134/krabben-sociaal-vredessignaal-bij-apen-.html
PersonsJamie Whitehouse
TitleZenuwtrekjes bewaren de vrede
Media name / outletEOS
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date11/09/17
DescriptionReport on research by Jamie Whitehouse and colleagues which is the first to suggest scratching may have evolved as a communication tool to help social cohesion.
Producer / AuthorMelissa Vanderheyden
URLhttps://www.eoswetenschap.eu/psyche-brein/zenuwtrekjes-bewaren-de-vrede
PersonsJamie Whitehouse
TitleRascar cuando no pica
Media name / outletQuo
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date11/09/17
DescriptionReport on research by Jamie Whitehouse and colleagues which is the first to suggest scratching may have evolved as a communication tool to help social cohesion.
Producer / AuthorJuan Scaliter
URLwww.quo.es/ciencia/rascar-cuando-no-pica
PersonsJamie Whitehouse
TitleStress auf der Insel
Media name / outletSuddeutsche Zeitung
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date11/09/17
DescriptionReport on research by Jamie Whitehouse and colleagues which is the first to suggest scratching may have evolved as a communication tool to help social cohesion.
Producer / AuthorTina Baier
URLwww.sueddeutsche.de/wissen/psychologie-stress-auf-der-insel-1.3661522
PersonsJamie Whitehouse
TitleWarum stress juckt
Media name / outletSpektrum
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date11/09/17
DescriptionReports on research by Jamie Whitehouse and colleagues which is the first to suggest scratching may have evolved as a communication tool to help social cohesion.
Producer / AuthorJan Donges
URLwww.spektrum.de/news/warum-stress-juckt/1500655
PersonsJamie Whitehouse
TitleLooking stressed can help keep the peace
Media name / outletScience Codex
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date11/09/17
DescriptionReport on research by Jamie Whitehouse and colleagues which is the first to suggest scratching may have evolved as a communication tool to help social cohesion.
Producer / AuthorScience Codex
URLwww.sciencecodex.com/looking-stressed-can-help-keep-peace-614654
PersonsJamie Whitehouse
TitleLooking stressed can help keep the peace
Media name / outletScience Newsline
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date11/09/17
DescriptionReports on research by Jamie Whitehouse and colleagues which is the first to suggest scratching may have evolved as a communication tool to help social cohesion.
Producer / AuthorScience Newsline
URLwww.sciencenewsline.com/news/2017091114510067.html
PersonsJamie Whitehouse
TitleFirst research to suggest scratching may have evolved as a communication tool to help social cohesion
Media name / outletPhys Org
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date11/09/17
DescriptionReports on research by Jamie Whitehouse and colleagues which is the first to suggest scratching may have evolved as a communication tool to help social cohesion.
Producer / AuthorPhys Org
URLhttps://phys.org/news/2017-09-evolved-tool-social-cohesion.html
PersonsJamie Whitehouse
TitleLooking stressed can help keep the peace
Media name / outletScience Daily
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date11/09/17
DescriptionReport on research by Jamie Whitehouse and colleagues which is the first to suggest scratching may have evolved as a communication tool to help social cohesion.
Producer / AuthorScience Daily
URLhttps://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/09/170911095925.htm
PersonsJamie Whitehouse
TitleScratching helps boost social bonding in monkeys
Media name / outletThe Economic Times
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date11/09/17
DescriptionReport on research by Jamie Whitehouse and colleagues which is the first to suggest scratching may have evolved as a communication tool to help social cohesion.
Producer / AuthorThe Economic Times
URLeconomictimes.indiatimes.com/news/science/scratching-helps-boost-social-bonding-in-monkeys/articleshow/60463864.cms
PersonsJamie Whitehouse
TitleWhy we scratch our heads when we're confused: We inherited the action from ancient ancestors as a way to convey stress and ward off attackers
Media name / outletDaily Mail
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date11/09/17
DescriptionReport on research by Jamie Whitehouse and colleagues which is the first to suggest scratching may have evolved as a communication tool to help social cohesion.
Producer / AuthorColin Fernandez
URLwww.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-4866016/Why-scratch-heads-confused.html
PersonsJamie Whitehouse
TitleLooking stressed helps social cohesion, finds study
Media name / outletThe Independent
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date11/09/17
DescriptionReport on research by Jamie Whitehouse and colleagues which is the first to suggest scratching may have evolved as a communication tool to help social cohesion.
Producer / AuthorOlivia Petter
URLwww.independent.co.uk/life-style/stressed-social-cohesion-how-look-study-university-of-portsmouth-jamie-whitehouse-a7940311.html
PersonsJamie Whitehouse
TitleScientists found out why people are itching in a nervous environment
Media name / outletRIA News
Media typeWeb
Date11/09/17
DescriptionReport on research by Jamie Whitehouse and colleagues which is the first to suggest scratching may have evolved as a communication tool to help social cohesion.
Producer / AuthorRIA News
URLhttps://ria.ru/science/20170911/1502225842.html
PersonsJamie Whitehouse

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