Michael McIntyre, exploring contraception and snap judgements on faces
In episode 14, we talk about comedy, the coil and psychology. Our three figures are Michael McIntyre, 39% of women in the UK choose to have Long Acting Reversible Contraceptive (LARC) fitted and snap judgements from the perception of faces.
Jobcentre joke is the funniest at the Edinburgh Fringe, BBC News
Nobody Panic Podcast, presented by Tessa Coates and Stevie Martin
Figure 1: Michael McIntyre
Will the real Michael McIntyre please stand up?, Ian Burrell
Michael McIntyre hosting the Royal Variety show: Christmas, The X Factor & Britain's Got Talent
Life and Laughing: My Story read by Michael McIntyre (2010)
The wife behind Britain's funniest man, Julie Carpenter
Michael McIntyre: He laughs last, Lynn Barber
Figure 2: 45,000 women have the coil in the UK
Doing it: Let’s Talk About Sex …, by Hannah Witton
Why It Seems 20-Somethings Are Now Most Certainly Generation Coil, Rebecca Holman.
Your contraception guide, NHS UK
Are women turning their back on the pill? Rachel Schraer
Figure 3: Snap judgements from the perception of faces
Here’s how people judge you based on your face, Gus Lubin
A Comparative View of Face Perception, David Leopold
Snap judgments decide a face’s character, psychologist finds, Chad Boutin
The Science of Beauty
In Your Face: The New Science of Human Attraction, David Perrett (2012)
Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking, Malcolm Gladwell (2006)
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