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If the Friday box office is any indication, it’s going to be another meh weekend at the movies.
The R-rated comedy starring Jason Segel and Cameron Diaz was expected to earn close to million in its debut: the same range that Diaz’s The Other Woman hit earlier this year.Anyone who suffered through allergies in elementary school knows the taunt well: “Be careful! ” Yet, contrary to the wisdom of 10-year-olds, a sneeze—no matter how forceful—isn’t going to send your eyeballs flying out of their sockets. (Seriously, the guys at tested this one, too.) So why do we close our eyes when we sneeze? The nerves in your nose are actually connected to nerves in your eyes, so when you sneeze the stimulation causes you to blink. Diana is a senior lecturer in evolutionary psychology at the University of Portsmouth.Her research focuses on hormonal influences on behavior, human sexuality, disgust and, recently, the interface of evolutionary psychology and behaviorism.