Screening the “Coolidge effect” in individuals.
Chairman Calvin Coolidge (1872-1933) was a glum, quiet individual, which attribute made him the nickname Silent Cal. Their emotionless countenance was therefore popular whenever their dying is announced, the satirist Dorothy Parker quipped: How can they determine?
But underneath that cool demeanor raged a voracious sexual desire for food. Someday the Coolidges had been touring a poultry farm when Mrs. Coolidge realized that the rooster was actually mating frequently aided by the hens. How several times per day do he mate? she requested the manual. Dozens, he responded.