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Valoriza??o de beleza e inteligência por adolescentes de diferentes classes sociais
Gomes, Gizelle Regina;Caramaschi, Sandro;
Psicologia em Estudo , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-73722007000200010
Abstract: the study sample comprised 180 adolescents aged 15 to 17 years, being 90 males and 90 females, attending high school and with different socioeconomic backgrounds. genders and socioeconomic backgrounds were compared as to the values of beauty and intelligence assigned by adolescents to themselves. in a hypothetical and mutually exclusive manner, these characteristics were assessed to check which were the most valued for themselves and possible partners. the results demonstrated that boys with high socioeconomic background assigned higher intelligence scores for themselves. adolescents of both genders from low socioeconomic background would like to have a higher level of intelligence instead of beauty, whereas adolescents from high socioeconomic background prefer a balance between beauty and intelligence. the girls assigned more value to intelligence in their partners than the boys, which assigned more value to beauty in their partners.
Contato corporal entre adolescentes através da dan?a de sal?o na escola
Sousa, Nilza Coqueiro Pires de;Caramaschi, Sandro;
Motriz: Revista de Educa??o Física , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1980-65742011000400006
Abstract: the objective of this study was to identify the reaction and perception of adolescents in relation to body contact as well as emotional expressions through ballroom dancing. forty-two adolescents from a public elementary school in the state of s?o paulo participated in the study. data gathering was conducted in groups by filming the ballroom dance class and applying a questionnaire about the experience. the dance experience was observed to provide greater body proximity and demonstration of affection, since part of the participants reported well-being, while others reported being embarrassed by dancing with a partner from the opposite sex. it was concluded that more dance activities related to biopsychosocial development need to be offered at school since ballroom dancing can help in interaction promoting body contact and thus facilitate in the process of interpersonal relations between adolescents.
Correlation of Disgust and Contempt Expressions with Conjugal Dissatisfaction  [PDF]
Rui Mateus Joaquim, Tariane Franciele Bastos Pereira, Laiza de Oliveira Vilela, Tayná Maiara Pilla Rodrigues, Angela Maria da Silva Muniz Brandino, Sandro Caramaschi
Journal of Behavioral and Brain Science (JBBS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/jbbs.2018.810034
Abstract: Research has shown that dissatisfied couples in the relationship commonly exhibit facial expressions of contempt in interactions. At this point, based on the study of cognition and physiology, researchers were able to predict by longitudinal studies the probability of divorce in a marriage, with accuracy of up to 94%. Our objective was to investigate whether the occurrence of facial expressions of disgust and contempt in married women is associated with marital dissatisfaction. This is an experimental study that correlated, through filmed interviews, the frequency of facial expressions of disgust and disgust (Facial Action Coding System) to the Marital State’s Golombok Rust Inventory, in a sample composed of 20 women. Data analysis based on the Spearman Correlation Test showed a positive correlation between facial expressions of disgust and disdain and conjugal dissatisfaction (rs = 0.2198, p = 0.0280), corroborating the data in the literature.
Escolha de parceiros afetivos: influência das seqüelas de fissura labiopalatal
Brasil, Fernanda Renda;Tavano, Liliam D'Aquino;Caramaschi, Sandro;Rodrigues, Olga Maria Piazentin Rolim;
Paidéia (Ribeir?o Preto) , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-863X2007000300008
Abstract: adolescents, fissured or not, experience new emotions regarding themselves and the opposite sex when they search for affective partners, establishing criteria for this selection. this study aims to know the criteria used by fissured adolescents in selecting affective partners and whether such criteria differ from those employed by their peers. a total of 74 adolescents, both genders, aged 14 to 21 years, answered a questionnaire and were divided in two groups: fissured (fg) and not fissured (nfg). results suggest there is no expressive difference between groups, considering the characteristics they value in themselves and in others, for choosing affective partners. it was verified that the nfg adolescents give more value to the face than do fg adolescents, presenting statically significant correlation. these results permitted to infer that the fissure partially interferes in the perception of oneself and of the other in the search for affective partners.
Taxonomic status of Leptodactylus ochraceus, a forgotten species (Anura: Leptodactylidae)
Caramaschi, Ulisses;
Revista Brasileira de Zoologia , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-81752008000300020
Abstract: the taxonomic status of leptodactylus ochraceus lutz, 1930, a forgotten leptodactylid frog species, known only from the holotype, is reviewed. the holotype and the original color plate are described and the type locality is discussed and revised. the species is considered valid and distinct from all leptodactylids, leiuperids, cycloramphids, and ceratophrids occurring in northeastern brazil.
New species of beaked toad, Rhinella (Anura: Bufonidae), from the State of Bahia, Brazil
Ulisses Caramaschi
Zoologia (Curitiba) , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/s1984-46702012000400007
Abstract: A new species of beaked toad, Rhinella, is described from Itacaré (14°17'S, 38°60'W; 13 m altitude), State of Bahia, Northeastern Brazil. Rhinella skuki sp. nov. is related to R. boulengeri and distinguished by the size small (SVL 26.2 mm in male); head longer than wide; snout, viewed from above, long, narrow, spatulate, with lateral borders parallel and rounded tip; in profile, long, strongly acute; parotoid glands large, rounded; tympanum concealed; dorsum rugose, with rounded tubercles uniformly distributed; vocal sac and vocal slits absent; fingers slender, not webbed nor ridged; first finger hypertrophied, with a rounded nuptial pad on the inner surface; toes slender, slightly fringed; webbing absent; ground color of dorsal surfaces dark brownish gray with an interorbital bar and dorsolateral blotches clear brownish gray, leaving an apparent pattern of arrows on dorsum; venter and ventral surfaces of arms and thighs cream with diffuse gray stains and dots; gular region and chest dark brownish gray.
Uma nova espécie de Crossodactylus da Serra do Cipó, Minas Gerais, Brasil (Amphibia, Leptodactylidae)
Caramaschi, Ulisses;Sazima, Ivan;
Revista Brasileira de Zoologia , 1985, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-81751985000100005
Abstract: crossodactylus bokermanni, sp. n., is described from serra do cipó, minas gerais, southeastern brasil. the new species is characterized by the small size (20-27 mm), slender build, long legs, narrow head, long and acuminate snout, rounded but fairly defined canthus rostralis, and small tympanum. also, notes on its habits are made and its tadpole is described.
Uma nova espécie de Thoropa da Serra do Cipó, Minas Gerais, Brasil (Amphibia, Leptodactylidae)
Caramaschi, Ulisses;Sazima, Ivan;
Revista Brasileira de Zoologia , 1983, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-81751983000300004
Abstract: thoropa megatympanum, sp. n., is described from the serra do cipó, minas gerais, southeastern brasil. the new species is related to t. miliaris (spix), from which it is readily distinguished by its smaller size, broader head, larger tympanum, shorter legs, and dorsal pattern mottled. the eggs and the tadpole are also described.
Types of Human Stem Cells and Their Therapeutic Applications  [PDF]
Sandro Eridani
Stem Cell Discovery (SCD) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/scd.2014.42003
Abstract:

The present review examines in the first place various kinds of naturally occurring stem cells, including germ cells and embryonic stem cells (ES cells), as well as haemopoietic stem cells, which are historically the first to be used for medical treatment. Attention is also given to cancer stem cells, as a source of perseverant malignant disease. The main interest is now represented by the variety of somatic cells, which can be re-programmed to different types of differentiated cells, the so-called induced pluripotent stem cells (IPSC’s). Focus is now directed not only to the factors which make such events possible like de-differentiation and reconversion but also to the stages involved in this process. It is actually postulated that the transition from differentiated cells to pluripotent cells follows a definite sequence with evidence of two waves of gene regulations. Main applications of stem cell therapy are reviewed, from the established use of haemopoietic stem cells for clinical transplantation in a variety of haematological disorders to the initial attempts to employ stem cells for the treatment of other disparate conditions. Problems related to stem cell treatment with both ES and IPS cells, like the necessity of a large in vitro expansion to provide sufficient amounts of cells and the related risk of genomic abnormalities are illustrated. The necessity of safe procedures for the development of this venture is also outlined.

Ocupa??o espacial, alimenta??o e época reprodutiva de duas espécies de Corydoras Lacépède (Siluroidei, Callichthyidae) coexistentes no rio Alambari (Botucatu, S?o Paulo)
Aranha, José Marcelo R.;Caramaschi, érica P.;Caramaschi, Ulisses;
Revista Brasileira de Zoologia , 1993, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-81751993000300013
Abstract: patterns of spatial occupation, feeding, and reproductive period of two species, corydoras aeneus and corydoras gr. carlae (siluroidei, callichthyidae), coexistents in the alambari river (botucatu, s?o paulo), were studied. high diet overlap, partial spatial segregation, and well differentiated reproductive strategies were verified. these findings do not permit to evidence the occurrence of competitive interactions between the analysed species.
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