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No, they flat out say there is another explanation and it should be researched further.
I guess you do have trouble with the English Language.
Perhaps you have heard of Webster or Oxford? Neither if which contain the term "Disproven".
That would also be the reason why you get that little red line under the word, because it is at best- slang.
You should ask for a refund for your tuition, that is if you actually paid for your degree and you aren't just another "internet genius."
Google, what a laugh... You are like that commercial- They can't put anything on the internet that isn't true..
The data was not skewed.
Unless you can show me where the authors of the study specifically say that their findings did not reveal that "homophobic" men had a response to homoerotic stimuli, then your claim is wrong.
Finally, when I type the word "disproven" on my computer, I do not get a little red line under it. If it's good enough for my widely accepted spellcheck program, then it's good enough for me.