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Twice as likely to become hospitalised with covid if you are vaccinated, than unvaccinated.
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"Adolescents who eventually opted for military service were initially less agreeable (d = −0.29, p < .05), less open (d = −0.15, p < .05), and less neurotic (d = −0.14, p < .05) than adolescents who selected civilian community service... Military training was associated with lower levels of agreeableness than civilian community service was (d = −0.19, p < .001)... Adding males who did not participate in any form of service to the control group did not significantly change the results... military recruits had significantly lower levels of agreeableness 4 years after completing military training (at Time 4) than did young adults who participated in civilian community service... results indicate that military training is still associated with changes in agreeableness after military service is completed and participants enter college and the labor market... personality traits prospectively influenced who chose to join the military, as individuals lower in agreeableness, neuroticism, and openness to experience were more likely to enter military service... lower levels of agreeableness are associated with greater levels of conflict in romantic relationships, difficulties in getting along with friends, and aggression... our findings suggest that military training may be potentially detrimental. However, lower levels of agreeableness are not completely negative, as they also predict greater occupational attainment. Lower levels of agreeableness are likely to be especially beneficial in a military context. For example, aggressive behavior has long been associated with the training of soldiers, as a number of aggression-related skills (e.g., marksmanship) constitute specific training goals. Given that aggression is associated with lower levels of agreeableness, higher levels of agreeableness may interfere with effective training and performance. Indeed, individuals with higher levels of agreeableness are slower and less likely to react aggressively after being presented with aggression cues (Meier, Robinson, & Wilkowski, 2006). Thus, soldiers who are higher in agreeableness may not react quickly in life-or-death situations. In this view, lower levels of agreeableness are likely beneficial for soldiers and do not necessarily reflect low levels of maturity..."
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"The Big Five personality traits contributed 43% of the variance in perceived authentic leadership, after accounting for the controlled predictors.... Together, conscientiousness and neuroticism contributed 41% of the variance in perceived authentic leadership... Conscientiousness positively (β = 0.40, p = .003) correlated with authentic leadership while neuroticism was inversely (β = -0.04, p = .046) correlated. These 2 traits best predicted authentic leadership and provided the strongest correlation. Extraversion (β = -.04, p = .739) and openness-to-experience (β = .25, p = .080) were non-significant traits. In the Pearson Correlation analysis, agreeableness had a weak inverse correlation with authentic leadership, (r (53) = -0.30, p = .027), and contributed 8.9% of the variance in predicting authentic leadership."
- A Big Five Profile of the Military Pilot: A Meta-Analysis Michael Anthony Castaneda. 2004. - Intelligence Journal Research | Research
"The findings indicate military aviators have distinct personalities from the population at large. According to the current findings, military aviators were less neurotic and agreeable than the general population, as represented by normative datasets. Conversely, military aviators were significantly more extraverted and conscientious than the general population."
- MBTI Personality and Hemisphericity of a U.S. Air Force Group M. Scott Devlin and Amarjit Singh. 2010-06-15. - Intelligence Journal Research | Research
Table 6. Overall Personality Types
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Pathogen-related words co-occur with Purity words across multiple languages.
Pathogen-avoidance attitudes are correlated with moral Purity.
Pathogen-related visual priming increases moral Purity.
Historical prevalence of pathogens is linked to Care, Loyalty, and Purity.
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- Evaluating the accuracy of different respiratory specimens in the laboratory diagnosis and monitoring the viral shedding of 2019-nCoV infections Yang Yang, Minghui Yang, Chenguang Shen, Fuxiang Wang, Jing Yuan, Jinxiu Li, Mingxia Zhang, Zhaoqin Wang, Li Xing, Jinli Wei, Ling Peng, Gary Wong, Haixia Zheng, Weibo Wu, Mingfeng Liao, Kai Feng, Jianming Li, Qianting Yang, Juanjuan Zhao, Zheng Zhang, Lei Liu, Yingxia Liu. - Coronavirus Journal Research | Research
"... the sputum possessed the highest positive rate (74.4%∼88.9%), followed by nasal swabs (53.6%∼73.3%) for both severe and mild cases during the first 14 days after illness onset (d.a.o). For samples collected ≥ 15 d.a.o, sputum and nasal swabs still possessed a high positive rate ranging from 42.9%∼61.1%."
- Estimating the false-negative test probability of SARS-CoV-2 by RT-PCR Paul S Wikramaratna, Robert S Paton, Mahan Ghafari, José Lourenço. 2020-12-17. - Coronavirus Journal Research | Research
"... found that RT-PCR was only able to identify 36/51 (71%) of SARS-CoV-2 infected patients when using swabs taken 0–6 days after symptom onset... found lower positive test rates from oropharyngeal swabs (24%) compared with nasopharyngeal swabs (57%)..."
- False positive rapid antigen tests for SARS-CoV-2 in the real-world and their economic burden Andreas Kretschmer, Annelene Kossow, Barbara Grüne, Oliver Schildgen, Tim Mathes, Verena Schildgen. 2021-11-17. - Coronavirus Journal Research | Research
Figure 1b. False positive and registered positive rapid antigen tests in a 7-day interval in May 2021 (Cologne, Germany)
"Merely assuming three days quarantine the indirect costs of quarantine due to false negative results were about 1.607.399 € [in Cologne, Germany 1,640,044 USD]... When the costs are extrapolated to the entire Federal Republic of Germany, the costs ranged between 1.884.178.754 €... to 2.054.272.708 € [2,096,483,299 USD]."