Correlazioni

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Premessa: correlazioni[modifica]

Inutile ripetere la stessa frase già sentita mille volte, correlazione non significa causalità[rw].

Se due eventi A e B sono correlati, significa che:

  • A causa B, oppure
  • B causa A, oppure
  • le due cose si influenzano a vicenda, oppure
  • spesso, esiste un terzo fattore che influenza entrambe, e né A né B è causa dell'altra.

Inoltre, la correlazione non è transitiva: in altre parole, se A e B sono correlati, B e C sono correlati, non possiamo dire nulla su A e C. Forse sono correlati positivamente, forse negativamente, forse non lo sono.[1]

Il grafo ha il potenziale di offendere approssimativamente il 100% della popolazione, ma va letto mettendosi il cuore in pace. Sono curiosità statistiche, non accuse di "i x sono y!!!1!"

Formato[modifica]

  • Abbreviazione1 TipoCorrelazione Abbreviazione2: Descrizione<ref>Riferimenti vari</ref>

TipoCorrelazione può essere: + (positiva), - (negativa), * (non esistente), = (positiva o negativa a seconda del sesso).

Correlazioni[modifica]

Nota: questa sezione contiene le istruzioni per il disegno del grafo, e devono seguire il formato riportato sopra.
  • LGBT+Mancino: Gli uomini gay hanno una probabilità del 34% più grande di essere mancini[wp], e le donne lesbiche il 91% in più[2]
  • LGBT+SenzaTetto: Negli Stati Uniti, il 40% dei senzatetto è composto da persone LGBT, spesso per via dell'essere cacciate di casa dai genitori quando non erano ancora economicamente indipendenti[3]
  • LGBT+Fumatore: Favorito da isolazione e discriminazione, il tasso di fumatori è più alto tra persone LGBT: 23.9% (LGBT), 16.6% (non-LGBT)[4]
  • LGBT*Pedofilo: Non correlato[wp] [5][6][7][8]
  • LGBT*QualitàGenitorialità=Non correlato[wp], nemmeno tasso omosessualità tra i figli di coppie dello stesso sesso[9][10][11]
  • LGBT+Omofobo: Sì, omosessualità interiorizzata[wp] alta tra gli omofobi[12], 24% (M non-omofobi) vs 54% (M omofobi) mostrano[wp] eccitazione rispetto a immagini erotiche gay.
  • LGBT-Religioso [13]
  • Testosterone+Libido: [14][15]
  • Maschio-Asessuale: HSDD[wp] nel 5% dei maschi e 10% delle femmine[16]
  • Religioso+SensiColpa[17]
  • DNA+Mancino: 40 geni contribuiscono alla determinazione della mancinità[18][19]
  • Mancino+Intelligente: In media, 1 punto QI in più per i mancini[20][21][22]
  • Mancino+Schizofrenico [23]
  • Mancino+AbilitàSportiva: Gli sport interattivi come il tennis, badminton, cricket, ping pong sono sovrarappresentati dai mancini, quelli non interattivi come il nuoto non mostrano sovrarappresentazione[24]
  • Mancino+Aggressivo: [25][26][27]
  • Maschio+Aggressivo: Aggression § Gender[wp][28][29]
  • Testosterone+Aggressivo: Testosterone § Aggression and criminality[wp][30][31][32][33]
  • Mancino+Pedofilo [34][35][36][37]
  • Pedofilo-Intelligente[38][39][40]
  • Pedofilo-Alto[41]
  • Religioso+Razzista[42]
  • Religioso+Sessita[43]
  • Religioso+Omofobo[44]
  • TestosteronePrenatale=Transgender[45]
  • TestosteronePrenatale=Dito24[46][47]
  • Maschio+Testosterone: In media, tra gli adulti, i maschi hanno 7-8 volte più testosterone delle donne[48]
  • LGBT=TestosteronePrenatale[49]:25
  • Maschio-GrandeAmigdala: Neuroscience of sex differences[wp][50]
  • Maschio+GrandeIpotalamo [51]
  • NumeroFratelliMaggioriMaschi=LGBT: ogni successiva gravidanza maschile aumenta del 30% la probabilità che il nuovo figlio maschio sia omosessuale (risposta immunologica)[52][49]:24
  • Prete+LGBT: il 33%[53], o il 15-58%[54][55] delle persone appartenenti al clero cattolico sono omosessuali.
  • Prete*Pedofilo: la frequenza non sembra essere diversa dalla popolazione generale[56][57], ma ovviamente gli insabbiamenti e gli spostamenti di parrocchia[wp] sono il punto cardine del problema.
  • TestosteronePrenatale=Giocattoli: Preferenze per giocattoli tipicamente maschili, sia negli umani[58][59] che in altri primati[60][61] (non influenzati quindi da società/pubblicità)
  • Intelligente-Religioso[62]
  • NuoveGenerazioni-Religioso[63]
  • Maschio+Alto[64]
  • EmotivamenteIntelligente-Maschio: Sex differences in emotional intelligence[wp][65][66][65][67][68][69][70]
  • Maschio?Intelligente: Sex differences in intelligence[wp][71][72]. Tra gli uomini sembra esserci più varianza, con QI sia molto alti che molto bassi.[73][74][75]
  • Maschio+Prete[76]
  • EmotivamenteIntelligente-Bullo[77]
  • EmotivamenteIntelligente-VittimaBullismo[77]
  • Alto-InSalute: Height and health[wp][78][79]
  • Alto-Suicida: Height and health[wp][80]
  • DNA=Alto: Determinants of growth and height[wp][81]
  • Alto+EmotivamenteIntelligente: Emotional intelligence § Health[wp][82][83]
  • AbusoDroghe-EmotivamenteIntelligente: Emotional intelligence § Self-esteem and drug use[wp][84]
  • AbusoDroghe+LGBT [85]
  • Vegetariano+InSalute: Vegetarianism § Health effects[wp][86][87][88][89][90][91][92]
  • Maschio-Vegetariano: Vegetarianism § Gender[wp][93]
  • LGBT+Suicida: Suicide among LGBT youth[wp][94][95][96][97][98][99][100][101]
  • LGBT-InSalute: Healthcare and the LGBT community[wp][102][103]
  • AbusoDroghe-InSalute: Substance abuse[wp]
  • Fumatore-InSalute: Health effects of tobacco[wp][104][105]
  • Fumatore+Maschio: Prevalence of tobacco consumption[wp][106]
  • DNA=InSalute: Medical genetics[wp]
  • Conservatore+Religioso[107]
  • Conservatore=DNA: Biology and political orientation[wp][108][109]
  • Conservatore+GrandeAmigdala [110][111]
  • Suicida+Maschio: Suicidi molto più frequenti nei maschi[wp][112], ma pensieri suicidi (non messi in atto) più frequenti nelle femmine[113][114]
  • Testosterone+RotazioneMentale[115][116][117][118]
  • TestosteronePrenatale+RotazioneMentale[119]
  • HaGatto+Schizofrenico: Toxoplasma gondii[wp][120][121]
  • HaGatto+Suicida: Taxoplasma gondii[wp][122][123]
  • Maschio+IncidentiStradali: Gli uomini tendono ad esibire maggiori livelli di ricerca di sensazioni e di rischio per motivi ormonali/neurochimici, e generalmente maggiore aggressività e propensione a infrangere le regole, il che si traduce in un maggiore tasso di incidenti stradali.[124][125]
  • Maschio*Loquacità: uomini e donne tendono ad avere la stessa media di parole al giorno (negligibilmente maggiore per gli uomini), ma gli uomini tendono ad avere un maggiore variabilità.[126][127][128]
  • Maschio?Multitasking: Risultati ridotti/inconclusivi/contrastanti[129][130][131][132][133]
  • Maschio+TolleraDolore [134]
  • Maschio+FisicamenteForte [135][136]
  • Maschio+Daltonico: I geni necessari sono sul cromosoma X, di cui gli uomini hanno tipicamente una sola copia. Se i geni sono danneggiati o mancanti, può insorgere il daltonismo.[137]

Etichette[modifica]

  • LGBT=LGBT
  • Mancino=Essere mancini[wp]
  • Maschio=Essere maschi (vs femmine)
  • Libido=Libido[wp]
  • Transgender=Essere transgender
  • Religioso=Religiosità
  • Fumatore=Essere fumatori[wp]
  • Omofobo=Omofobia
  • QualitàGenitorialità=Qualità genitorialità
  • Testosterone=Testosterone[wp]
  • TestosteronePrenatale=Testosterone prenatale[wp]
  • Aggressivo=Aggressività[wp]
  • Pedofilo=Pedofilia
  • Ginosessuale=Attrazione verso le donne (vs uomini)
  • Intelligente=Quoziente intellettivo[wp]
  • Alto=Statura[wp]
  • Discriminato=Categoria:Discriminazione
  • Suicida=Idee suicide
  • NumeroFratelliMaggioriMaschi=Ordine di nascita maschile[wp]
  • SenzaTetto=Essere senza tetto
  • NuoveGenerazioni=Essere millennial[wp]
  • Asessuale=Asessualità e demisessualità
  • SensiColpa=Sensi di colpa
  • DNA=Fattori genetici[wp]
  • Schizofrenico=Schizophrenia[wp]
  • AbilitàSportiva=Abilità sportiva[wp]
  • Razzista=Razzismo[wp]
  • Sessita=Sessismo
  • Dito24=Rapporto lunghezza indice/anulare[wp]
  • Prete=Essere preti cattolici[wp]
  • GrandeAmigdala=Dimensioni amigdala[wp]
  • GrandeIpotalamo=Dimensioni ipotalamo[wp]
  • Giocattoli=Preferenza giocattoli femminili (facce) vs maschili (meccanici)
  • EmotivamenteIntelligente=Emotional intelligence[wp]
  • Bullo=Bullying[wp]
  • VittimaBullismo=Bullying[wp]
  • AbusoDroghe=Substance abuse[wp]
  • Conservatore=Conservatism[wp]
  • RotazioneMentale=Abilità nella rotazione mentale[wp]
  • HaGatto=Possedere un gatto
  • IncidentiStradali=Guida pericolosa/incidenti stradali
  • Loquacità=Loquacità
  • Multitasking=Multitasking[wp]
  • TolleraDolore=Tolleranza al dolore
  • Vegetariano=Vegetarianismo[rw]
  • InSalute=Salute
  • FisicamenteForte=Forza fisica
  • Daltonico=Daltonismo[wp]

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