This dissection highlights the muscles of the head and neck. The sternocleidomastoid rotates and flexes the head. It is the long strip of muscle obliquely oriented along the neck. The temporalis, masseter, and the orbicularis oris are important muscles of mastication. The temporalis is the flat wide muscle on the side of the head. The masseter is the thick muscle of the mandible and the orbicularis oris surrounds the mouth. (Museum of Health and Medicine).
The trigeminal ganglion is a bundle of nerve cell bodies that lies just near the jaw. Its job is to process sensory information like touch and temperature that is received around the face. Seen here is the trigeminal ganglion in an early developing zebrafish embryo.
Image by Fengzhu Xiong, Harvard Medical School.
Boogie. Demons Series.
Scot Sothern’s black and white photographs of prostitutes in Los Angeles.
I see Serial Killer Apron, not a Gentleman’s Apron. Although the hammer might be applicable to both.
P.S. Duval, published in Philadelphia by Carey & Hart
Odaxelagnia is a paraphilia concerning sexual arousal through biting, or being bitten.
Statement taken from the 29 year-old Charles Downie after killing his brother during an argument in 1884. In the latter part of the 19th century, the majority same-sex homicides occurred in saloons or right outside of saloons on the street. Despite the locations, most academics point to the working-class norms of violence and aggression in males and not the use of alcohol in these disputes.
Chicago Times, September 6th, 1884.
Evolutionary psychologist (this is off to a bad start) and University of New Mexico professor, Geoffrey Miller gave some unsolicited advice to PhD applicants. He has since deleted the tweet and apologized, but the internet is forever and we all have the screen captures to prove it.
Is this how we represent ourselves in academia? Unfortunately, this is not an isolated incident and academics are not immune from being ignorant assholes.
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