The effects of the corona crisis on married life and children.

“In my free time, I often and happily take care of my neighbour’s children. Contact was limited, especially at the beginning and during the lockdown, and I was interested in how this family was doing in such a difficult time? What were the greatest challenges? What did the kids do? Did they have contact with […]

How did the consequences of the coronavirus affect the dating behavior in terms of dating apps?

Online dating during the Corona Pandemic “What has changed in online dating behavior since Corona?” Is the research question that was dealt with. Different behavioral patterns of the users of dating apps and the consequences of Corona on the dates of singles in Austria are analyzed. The focus is on single people between the ages […]

Glutamate phenomenon? The flavor enhancer myth from the Middle Kingdom!

Glutamate, good or bad? Many people fear glutamate because it has been linked to various serious medical conditions in the past. However, disease-causing effects have not been clearly proven.   Discovered in Germany in 1888 and industrially exploited in Japan since 1908 The Chinese Restaurant Syndrome states that a high level of glutamate consumption leads […]

A life in lockdown, a life online?

Social media consumption by young people during the COVID-19 pandemic. The life of many young people was turned upside down by the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus. A state of emergency was declared around the world and many countries were locked down for months. Coupled with exit restrictions and the closure of public spaces, many […]

“Oh no! Could I possibly be a heterosexual?”, and the question of a normalized image of human sexuality according to Alfred C. Kinsey / Pt. I

The Kinsey Scale! “Men do not represent two separate populations – heterosexual and homosexual. One cannot divide the world into goats and sheep. Not all things are either black or white. It is a tenet of taxonomy that nature rarely has separate categories. Only the human mind introduces categories and tries to divide the facts […]

Euthanasia at Spiegelgrund

Historical and contemporary aspects of the children’s department and the Educational tract at Asylum area of the sanatorium and nursing home “Am Steinhof”, Vienna Austria. T4, the euthanasia of physically as well as mentally handicapped people and in this case children, in the neuropathic clinic “Am Steinhof” are considered a crime against humanity! But hardly […]

Dark patterns and their impact on the success of a company

A normal psychological terror? In search of growth opportunities, technology companies are increasingly turning to big data, the collection of data in order to place more accurate advertisements and thus make more money from users. But you have to get to this data first and here as a company a decision has to be made: […]

Teenage Slang (…) Impact Of Language Development On Social Groups

OMG; TBH; Sus; Lit; Slide in my DMs (…) Youth language, what now? The language of young people is a controversy that is often portrayed in the media. Besides debates on the decline of language and the denigration of youthful media cultures, Book publisher “Langenscheidt” annually awarded the “Youth Word of the Year”. The youth […]

How do the economic losses of E.R. and outpatient medicine look like in relation to the demand from minor medical cases in German-speaking countries?

Explained using the model of hypochondria & cyberchondria and a corresponding representative experiment. The question of high quality, always available, cost-covering and constantly developing medical care is a concern for a large part of modern western economies. Depending on our overall History there was also a social change during the second republic in Austria, which, […]

The effects of the corona crisis on married life and children.

“In my free time, I often and happily take care of my neighbour’s children. Contact was limited, especially at the beginning and during the lockdown, and I was interested in how this family was doing in such a difficult time? What were the greatest challenges? What did the kids do? Did they have contact with […]

Glutamate phenomenon? The flavor enhancer myth from the Middle Kingdom!

Glutamate, good or bad? Many people fear glutamate because it has been linked to various serious medical conditions in the past. However, disease-causing effects have not been clearly proven.   Discovered in Germany in 1888 and industrially exploited in Japan since 1908 The Chinese Restaurant Syndrome states that a high level of glutamate consumption leads […]

A life in lockdown, a life online?

Social media consumption by young people during the COVID-19 pandemic. The life of many young people was turned upside down by the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus. A state of emergency was declared around the world and many countries were locked down for months. Coupled with exit restrictions and the closure of public spaces, many […]

Euthanasia at Spiegelgrund

Historical and contemporary aspects of the children’s department and the Educational tract at Asylum area of the sanatorium and nursing home “Am Steinhof”, Vienna Austria. T4, the euthanasia of physically as well as mentally handicapped people and in this case children, in the neuropathic clinic “Am Steinhof” are considered a crime against humanity! But hardly […]

Dark patterns and their impact on the success of a company

A normal psychological terror? In search of growth opportunities, technology companies are increasingly turning to big data, the collection of data in order to place more accurate advertisements and thus make more money from users. But you have to get to this data first and here as a company a decision has to be made: […]

Teenage Slang (…) Impact Of Language Development On Social Groups

OMG; TBH; Sus; Lit; Slide in my DMs (…) Youth language, what now? The language of young people is a controversy that is often portrayed in the media. Besides debates on the decline of language and the denigration of youthful media cultures, Book publisher “Langenscheidt” annually awarded the “Youth Word of the Year”. The youth […]

How do the economic losses of E.R. and outpatient medicine look like in relation to the demand from minor medical cases in German-speaking countries?

Explained using the model of hypochondria & cyberchondria and a corresponding representative experiment. The question of high quality, always available, cost-covering and constantly developing medical care is a concern for a large part of modern western economies. Depending on our overall History there was also a social change during the second republic in Austria, which, […]