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Koreas Hold Family Reunions Via Video Link数百名南北韩人星期二通过视频联线心情激动地和亲人团聚。这是南北韩和解的最新努力。参加团聚的人当中最年长的102岁韩国老人几十年来第一次看到了生活在北韩的儿子。1945年朝鲜半岛分裂造成数百万家庭离散。三天的视频团聚活动中,有120个家庭的865人将通过视频得以见面。南北韩计划5月在北韩金刚山恢复离散家庭面对面团聚。北韩今年2月同意了一项有关核问题的协议,此后南北韩本月恢复了会谈和交流。Hundreds of North and South Koreans held emotional family reunions through links Tuesday as part of renewed reconciliation efforts between the two countries. South Korea's oldest participant, who is 102-year-old , met his North Korean son for the first time in decades. Millions of families were separated by the division of the Korean peninsula in 1945.Three days of reunions are being held for 865 people from 120 families. The two Koreas plan to resume face-to-face reunions in May at North Korea's Mount Kumgang.North and South Korea resumed talks and exchanges this month after Pyongyang agreed in February to go forward with a nuclear deal.北爱尔兰对立派系领袖达权力分享协议 Northern Ireland's Rival Leaders Reach Deal on Sharing Power北爱尔兰新教和天主教政治领导人宣布了一项今年5月8号组建权力分享政府的协议。星期一在贝尔法斯特宣布这项突破性协议之前, 强硬派的新教领导人佩斯里和天主教新芬党领袖亚当斯举行了首次面对面的谈判。这对宿敌过去一直通过第三方进行谈判,他们这次在英国为组建政府而制订的最后期限结束前仅数小时举行了会晤。他们在宣布这项协议时并排坐在一起。80岁的佩斯里说,“过去特定环境下的发生恐怖和悲剧”不能阻碍“为我们的后代建立一个更好、更稳定的未来”。爱尔兰共和军政治党亚当斯说,协议“标志着新世代的开始”。英国首相布莱尔在伦敦赞扬这个协议。他说:“我们过去10年来做的一切努力都是为了这一刻的到来。”Protestant and Catholic political leaders in Northern Ireland have announced a deal to form a power-sharing government on May eighth.The breakthrough, announced Monday in Belfast, came after the first face-to-face talks between hardline Protestant leader Ian Paisley and Catholic Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams.The bitter foes, who previously negotiated through third parties, met just hours ahead of a British deadline for the formation of a government. They sat side-by-side in announcing the deal.The 80-year-old Paisley said the "justified horrors and tragedies of the past" must not become "a barrier to a better and more stable future for our children."Adams, who heads the political wing of the Irish Republican Army, said the deal "marks the beginning of a new era."In London, British Prime Minister Tony Blair hailed the pact, saying "everything we have done for the past 10 years has been in preparation for this moment."韩国将封锁更多外国色情网站 South Korea to Block More Foreign Pornographic Web Sites韩国政府表示, 将在5月前再封锁180家外国色情网站,打击色情门户网站。韩国信息和通讯部说,这次行动的目的是封锁那些含有未成年人可以进入的具有淫秽内容的网站。首尔目前正在加大打击网上色情的力度,因为最近韩国的一些主要网站贴出了具有明显色情内容的录像。这些片段被删除前已经成为观看人数最多的录像片段。韩国信息和通讯部星期一还表示, 将加强昼夜滤除网上色情内容的行动小组的力量。韩国的高速上网非常普及,大部份人口经常使用电脑和其他电子通讯装置。South Korea's government says it will block an additional 180 foreign pornographic Web sites by May as part of a campaign against local Internet portals with sexual content. South Korea's Ministry of Information and Communications says the move is aimed at eliminating access to Web sites containing obscene material that could be viewed by minors.Seoul is stepping up its crackdown on Internet pornography after sexually-explicit clips were recently posted onto major South Korean portals. The clips became the most widely-viewed s in South Korea for several hours before they were deleted. The South Korean ministry also said Monday it will strengthen a task force that filters out pornographic Internet material around the clock. South Korea has widesp high-speed Internet access and a large percentage of the population uses computers and other electronic communications devices regularly. /200803/32945。

Not long ago, an American friend was driving rather too vigorously in the west of Ireland when he was pulled over by a Gard (police officer). #39;What would happen if you were to run into Mr. Fog?#39; the Gard inquired gruffly in his thick Irish brogue. Stung by this patronizing query, my friend replied with heavy sarcasm, #39;Well, I guess I#39;d put Mr. Foot on Mr. Brake.#39; Whereupon the officer stared at him rather strangely and growled, #39;I said mist or fog.#39;不久前,一位美国朋友在爱尔兰西部开车时有些过猛,结果被警察拦到了路边。“万一你撞上了‘雾先生’(Mr. Fog)该怎么办?”那名警察粗暴地问道,说话带有浓重的爱尔兰土腔。朋友对这种高高在上的质问感到不悦,语带强烈讽刺地回答道:“嗯,我想我会把‘脚先生’搭在‘刹车先生’上面吧。”结果,那名警察以非常异样的眼神盯着我的朋友,大吼道:“我说的是‘mist or fog’。”My friend, as it happens, is an anthropologist. For one enthralling moment he thought he had stumbled upon a tribe in the west of Ireland which personified aspects of the weather, speaking of Mrs. Hailstorm, Master Sunshine and so on. But it was just another case of international miscommunication.我的朋友碰巧是一位人类学家。在警察质问他时,有那么迷人的一瞬间,他还以为自己在爱尔兰西部偶然遇到了一个喜欢将各种天气状况拟人化的部族,比如把冰雹叫做“冰雹夫人”,把阳光称为“阳光大师”等等。然而,事实明这只是国际交流中又一个误解案例而已。Most people know that when a British schoolteacher asks his pupils to take out their rubbers, he is inviting them to produce their erasers, not about to give them a lesson in contraception. British people who live in flats do not set up home in burst tires. The word #39;bum#39; in British English means buttocks as well as vagrant.大多数人都知道,在英国,当老师要学生们拿出他们的“rubber”时,他只是让他们拿出橡皮,并不是要给他们上一堂有关避的课(译注:“rubber”在美国亦指避套)。住在“flat”中的英国人并不是把家安在了瘪掉的车胎中(译注:英国把公寓称为“flat”,而该词在美国可指漏气的轮胎)。“Bum”这个词在英国英语中既有“臀部”之意,也可指“流浪汉”。People in Britain do not usually say #39;I appreciate it,#39; have a hard time, zero in, reach out to other people, stay focused, ask to be given a break, refer to the bottom line or get blown away. The word #39;scary,#39; as opposed to #39;frightening#39; or #39;alarming,#39; sounds childish to British ears, rather like talking about your buttocks as your bottie. Brits tend not to use the word #39;awesome,#39; a term which, if it were banned in the States, would cause airplanes to fall from the sky and cars to lurch off freeways.英国人表达感谢通常不会说“I appreciate it”,也没有have a hard time(很辛苦)、zero in(把注意力集中于)、reach out to other people(联系他人)和stay focused(专心致志)这样的说法。他们在想休息时不会要求“given a break”,也不会使用“bottom line”(底线)或“get blown away”(惊叹不已)这些词。在英国人听来,与“frightening”或“alarming”相比,“scary”一词听起来极其幼稚,就像把“屁股”说成“小屁屁”一样。此外,他们一般也不会用“awesome”这个词,而若是在美国禁用这个词,飞机恐怕都要从天空坠落,汽车也要从高速公路冲出去了。Using the word #39;aggressive#39; positively also sounds strange across the pond. In Britain, it sounds almost as bizarre as complimenting someone on being as ugly as sin. The habit of using the word #39;like#39; every four seconds, widesp among American youth, has now caught on in Britain as well. Perhaps it has to do with an attempt not to sound dogmatic. #39;It#39;s 9 o#39;clock#39; sounds unpleasantly authoritarian, whereas #39;It#39;s, like, 9 o#39;clock#39; sounds suitably tentative and nondoctrinaire. It is rumored in Europe that you can now find tombstones in the U.S. ing #39;To Our Beloved Son, Brother and, Like, Husband.#39;在大西洋彼岸,使用“aggressive”一词来表达正面意义听上去非常奇怪,英国人觉得这几乎就像赞美别人奇丑无比一样怪异。在美国年轻人当中盛行的、说话时每四秒钟就加上 “like”一词的习惯如今在英国也流行开来了。这或许与试着让自己的话听上去不那么傲慢专断有关。例如,“It#39;s 9 o#39;clock”听上去比较独断,让人不悦,而“It#39;s, like, 9 o#39;clock”听起来则是适宜的商榷口吻,不显得像是说教。欧洲有传闻称,如今在美国甚至能发现有墓碑上写着“To Our Beloved Son, Brother and, Like, Husband”这样的碑文。The phrase #39;to feel comfortable with#39; is quintessentially American. The British would not usually say #39;we feel comfortable with using this taxi firm,#39; any more than they would feel comfortable with being scourged until the blood ran down their thighs.“To feel comfortable with”(觉得……很舒适)这个词组是典型的美式说法。英国人通常不会说“;we feel comfortable with using this taxi firm”(我们觉得坐这家出租车公司的车很舒),就如同他们绝不会觉得遭到鞭打直到鲜血从大腿上流下来会很舒。Americans tend to say #39;Excuse me#39; when they accidentally get in your way, while the British say #39;Sorry.#39; Americans say #39;Excuse me#39; even when they are 10 paces away from you, since they are accustomed to a lot more space than we are in Europe. One knows one is back in the U.K. when everyone is constantly saying sorry for no reason whatsoever.美国人在借道时一般会说“Excuse me”,而英国人则说“Sorry”。即便距离别人还有10步的距离,美国人也会说“Excuse me”,因为他们习惯的间隔空间要比欧洲人大很多。当你听到别人总是无缘无故地不断说“Sorry”时,你就知道你到了英国。What you say in Britain when you mishear what someone says depends on your social class. The working class say #39;Aye?#39;; the lower middle class, #39;Pardon?#39;; the middle class, #39;Sorry?#39;; and the upper class, #39;What?#39;在英国,如果一个人没听清别人说了什么,这时他所说的话要取决于他的社会阶层。比如说,劳动阶层会说“Aye?”,中下阶层会说“Pardon?”,中产阶层则说“Sorry?”,上层人士则问“What?”Americans tend to lapse into the present tense when speaking of the past much more commonly than Brits do. #39;I#39;m in the kitchen and there#39;s this terrific bang and I dive under the table#39; is distinctively American. Perhaps the British rate the past more highly than their trans-Atlantic cousins. People in Britain might call children kids, but not in newspaper headlines or on television news. Americans tend to prefer the ugly monosyllable #39;kids#39; to the rather beautiful word #39;children,#39; seemingly content to regard their offspring as small, smelly goats.在讲述过去的事情时,美国人比英国人更常使用现在时态。“I#39;m in the kitchen and there#39;s this terrific bang and I dive under the table”是美国人特有的风格。这或许是因为,英国人比他们在大西洋彼岸的堂亲更重视过去。英国人可能也会叫小孩子“kid”,但他们在报刊标题或电视新闻中不会使用这个词。美国人对不甚优美的单音节词“kids”的喜爱多过对优美的“children”的喜爱,似乎很乐意把他们的后代视为散发着膻味的小山羊(译者注:“kid”也有小山羊的意思)。American road signs tend to be more colloquial than British ones. #39;Wrong Way─Go Back#39; or #39;Ped Xing#39; are too idiomatic for the British. The road sign #39;Way Out#39; in the U.K. is not a relic of the hippie era but means #39;Exit.#39; There used to be signs on garbage cans in Britain which #39;Refuse to Be Put in This Basket,#39; which are puzzling only until you realize that #39;refuse#39; can mean #39;trash.#39;美国的路标也往往比英国的路标更口语化。“Wrong Way─Go Back”(走错路--请返回)或“Ped Xing”(斑马线)在英国人看来都过于俗语化了。在英国,“Way Out”并非嬉皮士时代的遗留物(该词有“反传统、非主流”之意),它的意思是“出口”。英国的垃圾箱上过去常常写着“Refuse to Be Put in This Basket”这样的话,着实让人摸不着头脑,直到你意识到“refuse”也有“垃圾”的意思时才恍然大悟。Brits and Americans, in short, are more alien to each other than they usually imagine. Every now and then, an American will reveal that he or she does not understand the word #39;fortnight,#39; has never used a teapot or does not know how to boil an egg. At such times one can feel the NATO alliance straining and buckling.简而言之,英国人与美国人之间的差异比他们通常想象的要大。时不时会有美国人说他们不知道“fortnight”(两星期)的意思,从来没用过teapot(茶壶),也不知道如何boil an egg(煮鸡蛋)。在这时候,你就会感觉到北约(NATO)的这两个盟友似乎是被生拉硬拽在了一起的。 /201308/251714。

Dentist: Please stop howling. I haven#39;t even touched your tooth yet. 牙医:请你不要再喊了!我还没碰你的牙呢。Patient: I know, but you are standing on my foot!病人:我知道,可是你正踩着我的脚呀! /201304/236122。

I was lucky enough to discover a book called, The Introvert Advantage (How To Thrive in an Extrovert World), by Marti Laney, Psy.D. I feel like someone has written an encyclopedia entry on a rare race of people to which I belong. Not only has it explained many of my eccentricities, it helps me to redefine my entire life in a new and positive context.我非常幸运的发现了这本《内向者优势——如何在外向的世界中获得成功》的好书,我感觉就好像是有人专门为我们这个罕见的小群体写了一部百科全书一样,它不仅对我的很多怪癖做了解释,还帮助我从一个崭新且积极的角度重新定义了我的整个人生。A section of Laney’s book maps out the human brain and explains how neuro-transmitters follow different dominant paths in the nervous systems of Introverts and Extroverts. If the science behind the book is correct, it turns out that Introverts are people who are over-sensitive to Dopamine, so too much external stimulation overdoses and exhausts them. Conversely, Extroverts can’t get enough Dopamine, and they require Adrenaline for their brains to create it. Extroverts also have a shorter pathway and less blood-flow to the brain. The messages of an Extrovert’s nervous system mostly bypass the Broca’s area in the frontal lobe, which is where a large portion of contemplation takes place.Laney 的书中有个章节对人的大脑进行了分析,并解释了神经元是如何在内向者和外向者的神经系统中跟随不同的控制通路进行传递。如果这本书基于的科学理论是正确的,那就明了内向者是一群对多巴胺过度敏感的群体,太多的外部刺激过量的消耗了它们。相反的,外向者没有足够的多巴胺,他们需要依靠大脑的肾上腺去创造它们,外向者通常有更短的神经通路,他们的大脑血流量也相对更少,外向者神经系统中的信息大部分都是通过位于前额叶的布罗卡氏区(Broca’s area)传递的,而这里正是我们的大部分思考发生的地方。Unfortunately, according to the book, only about 25% of people are Introverts. There are even fewer that are as extreme as I am. This leads to a lot of misunderstandings, since society doesn’t have very much experience with my people. (I love being able to say that.) So here are a few common misconceptions about Introverts (I put this list together myself, some of them are things I actually believed):不幸的是,根据这本书,只有大约 25% 的人是内向的,而像我这样极端的就更是少上加少了,这导致了许多的误解,因为社会对我们这类人缺乏足够的了解(我很高兴我能够这样说)。所以下面我列出了一些对内向者的常见的误解(这是我自己的清单,我对其中一些深信不疑):Myth #1 – Introverts don’t like to talk.误解1: 内向者不喜欢说话This is not true. Introverts just don’t talk unless they have something to say. They hate small talk. Get an introvert talking about something they are interested in, and they won’t shut up for days.并不是这样,内向者不说话只是因为他们觉得没什么好说,他们讨厌闲谈扯淡,如果你让一个内向者讲他感兴趣的事情,他可能连着几天几夜都讲不完。Myth #2 – Introverts are shy.误解2: 内向者都很害羞Shyness has nothing to do with being an Introvert. Introverts are not necessarily afraid of people. What they need is a reason to interact. They don’t interact for the sake of interacting. If you want to talk to an Introvert, just start talking. Don’t worry about being polite.内向者没什么好害羞的,他们也不是害怕陌生人,他们只是需要一个理由去交际,他们不会为了交际而交际,如果你想和一个内向者交流,那就直接聊吧,不用担心礼貌问题。Myth #3 – Introverts are rude.误解3:内向者都很无礼Introverts often don’t see a reason for beating around the bush with social pleasantries. They want everyone to just be real and honest. Unfortunately, this is not acceptable in most settings, so Introverts can feel a lot of pressure to fit in, which they find exhausting.内向者通常觉得遵从社交礼仪,拐弯抹角的说话没有一点必要,他们希望每个人都是真实且真诚的,但不幸的是,大多数情况下事情并不是这样,这让内向者感到很大的压力,他们很难融入其中,并为此感到沮丧。Myth #4 – Introverts don’t like people.误解4: 内向者不合群On the contrary, Introverts intensely value the few friends they have. They can count their close friends on one hand. If you are lucky enough for an introvert to consider you a friend, you probably have a loyal ally for life. Once you have earned their respect as being a person of substance, you’re in.恰好相反,内向者会非常认真的对待他们为数不多的朋友,他们最亲密的朋友或许用一只手就可以统计过来,但如果你有幸被一个性格内向者当做朋友,那你就有了一个终生的盟友,一旦你作为一个人类存在赢得了他们的尊敬,你就入选了。Myth #5 – Introverts don’t like to go out in public.误解5:内向者不喜欢去公共场合Nonsense. Introverts just don’t like to go out in public FOR AS LONG. They also like to avoid the complications that are involved in public activities. They take in data and experiences very quickly, and as a result, don’t need to be there for long to “get it.” They’re y to go home, recharge, and process it all. In fact, recharging is absolutely crucial for Introverts.胡扯,内向者只是尽可能的避免去公共场所,他们同样也会尽量避免卷入复杂的公共活动,因为他们可以在极短的时间内获取需要的数据和经验,所以,他们喜欢在一个地方待很久去“得到某样东西”,他们总是准备着回家,调整,然后处理一切,实际上,调整绝对是内向者的关键所在。Myth #6 – Introverts always want to be alone.误解6:内向者总是想要独处Introverts are perfectly comfortable with their own thoughts. They think a lot. They daydream. They like to have problems to work on, puzzles to solve. But they can also get incredibly lonely if they don’t have anyone to share their discoveries with. They crave an authentic and sincere connection with ONE PERSON at a time.内向者只是喜欢自我思考,他们会想很多,他们会白日做梦,他们喜欢解决问题,攻克难题,但是如果他们找不到什么人来分享他们的发现,他们也能忍受难以想象的孤独。他们希望在同一时间只和一个人保持亲密的感情关系。Myth #7 – Introverts are weird.误解7:内向者都很古怪Introverts are often individualists. They don’t follow the crowd. They’d prefer to be valued for their novel ways of living. They think for themselves and because of that, they often challenge the norm. They don’t make most decisions based on what is popular or trendy.内向者通常都是个人主义者,他们不喜欢随大流,他们喜欢通过特立独行的生活方式来体现自己的价值,他们总是从自我出发,正因如此,他们也常常挑战常规,他们的大部分决定都不会以当前的流行趋势做为参考。Myth #8 – Introverts are aloof nerds.误解8:内向者都是冷漠的书呆子Introverts are people who primarily look inward, paying close attention to their thoughts and emotions. It’s not that they are incapable of paying attention to what is going on around them, it’s just that their inner world is much more stimulating and rewarding to them.内向者通常更关注内心世界,他们将更多的精力放到自身的想法和感情上,但这并不代表他们对他们身边的事情漠不关心,只是他们更喜欢通过内心世界来达成自我满足。Myth #9 – Introverts don’t know how to relax and have fun.误解9:内向者不知道如何放松和享乐Introverts typically relax at home or in nature, not in busy public places. Introverts are not thrill seekers and adrenaline junkies. If there is too much talking and noise going on, they shut down. Their brains are too sensitive to the neurotransmitter called Dopamine. Introverts and Extroverts have different dominant neuro-pathways. Just look it up.内向者通常喜欢在家或自然中放松自己,他们不会去那些嘈杂的公共场所,内向者也不会寻求肾上腺素的刺激,如果有太多的空谈和噪音,他们会敬而远之。他们的大脑对于一种叫做多巴胺的神经递质太过敏感,内向者和外向者拥有完全不同的神经控制通路,关于这一点,你可以深入了解下。Myth #10 – Introverts can fix themselves and become Extroverts.误解 10:内向者可以通过“自我修复”变得外向A world without Introverts would be a world with few scientists, musicians, artists, poets, filmmakers, doctors, mathematicians, writers, and philosophers. That being said, there are still plenty of techniques an Extrovert can learn in order to interact with Introverts. (Yes, I reversed these two terms on purpose to show you how biased our society is.) Introverts cannot “fix themselves” and deserve respect for their natural temperament and contributions to the human race. In fact, one study showed that the percentage of Introverts increases with IQ.想象一个没有内向者的世界,那个世界也就没有什么科学家,音乐家,艺术家,诗人,制片人,医生,数学家,作家和哲学家了,之所以这么说,是因为外向者还是可以通过学习掌握很多种和内向者进行交流的方式(没错,我故意颠倒了这两个词,读着很别扭?我只是为了让你们看看我们这个社会有多变态),内向者压根不需要“自我修复”,他们应该因为他们这种天生的性格和为人类做出的贡献而得到应有的尊敬,并且事实上,一项调查显示内向的程度和 IQ 成正比。 /201302/226431。

Have you ever wondered what your favorite historical figures would look like if they were alive today? Would William Shakespeare be trendy, preppy or boho chic? A team of digital artists teamed up with historian Dr. Suzannah Lipscomb to project what history#39;s most renowned figures might look like in 2013.你最喜欢的历史人物如果今天还活着,你想知道他们长啥样吗?威廉#8226;莎士比亚将会是新潮、学院风还是放荡不羁的呢?数字艺术家团队联手历史学家Suzannah Lipscomb士展现了历史上最著名的人物在2013年的样子。The talented team churned out four realistic portrayals that are as convincing as they are hilarious. According to the images below, Henry VII would likely be a businessman doing a four-hour work week, Shakespeare would probably own a Moleskine and Elizabeth I would clearly take fashion tips from Tilda Swinton.这个才华横溢的团队制作了四幅写真,滑稽的同时也令人信。根据下面的图片,亨利七世很可能成为一个商人,每周工作四小时,莎士比亚可能拿着一个笔记本,伊丽莎白一世显然会从蒂尔达#8226;斯温顿那获取时尚建议。The creative endeavor was recently commissioned by UKTV’s Yesterday channel in anticipation of the upcoming series ;Secret Life Of…;这种创造性的努力最近由UKTV的昨日频道委托,预热即将到来的系列“某某人物的神秘人生…”Would you have guessed that Shakespeare would rock a diamond stud and an asymmetrical#39; do? Let us know your thoughts.你已经猜到莎士比亚将会戴钻石耳钉、梳不对称发型了吗?让我们知道你的想法吧!Elizabeth I /201305/238331。

A new study by an international team of animal behaviour specialists suggests that cats who reluctantly allow their owners to stroke them could be more stressed out than moggies who carefully avoid being petted.某国际动物行为研究组织最近发布的研究结果表示,那些被动的让主人抚摸它们的喵星人,比尽量避免被抚摸的喵星人更容易产生焦虑。The surprise conclusion arose in a study conducted by researchers from the University of Lincoln, UK, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, and University of Veterinary Medicine, Austria, which aimed to better understand how cats cope with living alongside humans and other felines in a single household.这个惊人的结论来自一项由英国林肯大学、巴西圣保罗大学、澳大利大兽医大学共同合作的研究项目,该项目旨在更好的了解猫是如何处理与身边的人类、以及同居一室的其他猫的关系的。Although many people consider cats to be solitary creatures, the collaborative research, published in the Journal Physiology and Behavior and presented to an international audience in Portugal in September 2013, revealed that cats can live happily together in groups, and that the number of cats is not necessarily a problem.这项研究结果已经登载在美国权威杂志《生理学与行为》上,在2013年9月于葡萄牙举行的全球第十四届欧洲进化生物学协会上,研究者向各国学者宣布了这项研究成果。该研究成果还表明,尽管许多人认为猫是喜欢独居的动物,然而事实上,许多猫可以和谐的群居在一起,猫群的数量并不会给它们带来困扰。Evidence was also found to suggest that the owner#39;s urge to pet their cat may be a stressful experience.研究者们还找到据明,特别喜欢抚摸宠物的主人可能会给宠物造成焦虑。Professor Daniel Mills, Professor of Veterinary Behavioural Medicine at the University of Lincoln, said: ;We chose stable households to look into this question and were quite surprised by the results. Despite typically living on their own in the wild, we have known for some time that cats come together when resources like food are concentrated in a single area, for example when people feed strays. However, it might be that they do this out of need and it is still stressful for them, because they are not a naturally social species.林肯大学的兽医行为医学专业教授、丹尼尔·米尔斯教授说,“我们选择了那些稳定的家庭还进行此项研究,研究结果的确出乎意料。众所周知,猫在野外会自力更生,我们也已经知道,当食物等生活资源在一个地区相对集中时,猫会聚众在一起,例如当人们喂养流浪猫群的时候。但是,也许它们这样做是出于需要迫不得已,而且它们仍会对群居感到焦虑。因为它们生性就不是群居动物。He added: ;It seems that those cats on whom the owner imposes him or herself are the ones we need to be most concerned about. The results also reinforce the importance of ensuring that you give all individuals control over their environment, so if you have several cats you should give them the choice of sharing or having their own special areas to eat, drink and go to the toilet.;他补充说,“似乎那些被主人强行抚弄的猫才是最值得我们关注的。我们的研究结果也提醒主人们,要保家里的每只猫都能掌控周边环境。所以如果你家里有多只猫,你应该尊重它们单独或共享的各种区域,比如饮食的区域、或者排泄的区域。” /201310/260821。