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El nuevo estudio científico,  que lleva por título “Regulation of Romantic Love Feelings: Preconceptions, Strategies, and Feasibility” ( Regulación de los Sentimientos del Amor Romántico: Preconcepciones, Estrategias y Viabilidad), recientemente publicado por el equipo científico formado por Sandra J. E. Langeslag y Jan W. Van Strien, pone de relieve que los sentimientos profundos de caracter amoroso, pueden ser regulados de forma consciente por nuestro Sistema Nervioso Central, pese a que habitualmente los resultados en una primera instancia podrían hacernos pensar que existe un patrón aparente entre la mayor intensidad afectiva amorosa tras una ruptura o el aparente declive de la intensidad amorosa en las relaciones largas.

Como ponen de manifiesto los autores del estudio, los resultados muestran que existen poderosas estrategias de regulación en nuestro comportamiento consciente que nos permiten regular la intensidad del amor que sentimos desde una profundidad mucho mayor de la que “a priori” se venía pensando…

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An international team of six astronauts from China, Japan, USA, Spain and Russia have descended into the caves of Sardinia, Italy, to explore the depths and train for life in outer space. One of the last unexplored environments on our planet, caves offer parallels to exploring space. ESA’s underground training course “Cooperative Adventure for Valuing and Exercising human behaviour and performance Skills” – CAVES – prepares astronauts over two weeks to work safely and effectively in multicultural teams.

After a week of training, the astronauts are now descending into the caves to set up basecamp 800 m underground.

The similarities between caving and spaceflight are highlighted throughout the course. Speleologists and astronauts adopt the ‘buddy system’, and both astronaut trainers and CAVES instructors repeat the same mantras of “slow is fast,” “check your gear, and then trust it,” and “always be aware of where you are and where your buddy is.”

In every expedition, the astronauts work with seasoned instructors and explorers. “A mutual trust builds as stories and anecdotes are shared,” says mission director Loredana Bessone. “The atmosphere is always one of respect.”

CAVES focuses on multicultural approaches to leadership, following orders, teamwork and decision-making. At the end of the course the astronauts will have a better understanding of how they function in a multicultural team and what they are skilled at, as well as areas for self-improvement.

Behavioural activities are woven into the course to foster effective communication, decision-making, problem-solving, leadership and team dynamics.

“From the first activity together, the support team saw that this year’s ‘cavenauts’ would be a really tight crew,” says Loredana. “Their teamwork is an example of what an expedition in an isolated, risky and alien environment should be.”

This year’s participants are an even more international team than ever, including ESA’s Pedro Duque, NASA’s Jessica Meir and Richard Arnold, Japan’s astronaut Aki Hoshide, China’s Ye Guangfu and Russia’s Sergei Korsakov.

The cavenauts bring a broad mix of skills with their backgrounds in science, engineering, flying, military and education as well as experience and culture.

Pedro Duque comments, “It is a great privilege to take part in one of the last exploration activities remaining on Earth and to enter the underworld supervised by world-class experts.

“We will use the knowledge we gain about ourselves and the group in our next space endeavours.”

Follow the underground adventure on Twitter with via @ESA_CAVES, and on the CAVES blog where the crew have provided impressions of their first week of training.

Loredana concludes: “ESA’s CAVES course brings together spacefarers from all over the world to create the best crew. We hope to see them one day exploring other worlds with the same awe and respect we have for caves.”

 
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Text: Staff Writers

Photos: European Space Agency | Flickr

Web: Space Daily

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Splitting Colors

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The Lancet Oncology

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En lo que a transgénicos se trata, cada caso debe ser evaluado mediante el método científico, en animales y humanos, efectuando estudios aleatorizados y a doble ciego, como los utilizados por la industria farmacéutica. Los niños y mujeres embarazadas, NO deberían ingerir alimentos genéticamente modificados.

Sobre el herbicida glifosato, según The Lancet Oncology, hay “evidencia limitada” de que puede producir linfoma no-Hodgkin en seres humanos, y hay pruebas “convincentes” de que puede causar cáncer en animales de laboratorio.

The Lancet Oncology, es una de las publicaciones científicas más prestigiosas del mundo.

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  • DescriptionThe Planet2 service, made available in 2012 for light aircraft via the original project, has recently been extended to business, regional and research aircraft. This Planet2 extension required the development of an enhanced avionics unit certified by the European Aviation Safety Agency for integration into the cockpit. 

 
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