(1) Human sexuality is generally an understudied area of scientific investigation, and researchers have been particularly neglectful of the study of sexuality in the aging population.(2) Rathbone therefore found herself cast in the role of the profligate American, heedless of the future and neglectful of the past.(3) The all-pervasive corruption in the police force and the bureaucracy has made the commoners neglectful of the rule of law.(4) We have grown neglectful of the benefits of sport and I think we are a Third World nation when it comes down to that area.(5) From the first settlements up until the Civil War, ordinary Americans were not heavily armed and were generally neglectful of the guns they did own.(6) Then again, I've been pretty neglectful of a few things in the last weeks(7) It was also callous, slapdash and neglectful of the interests of less secure and well paid workers.(8) He said that over the last 130 years we had been somewhat neglectful of our environment, especially in the recycling of domestic waste and we could not continue with the situation of solely using landfill for this.(9) Unhappily, viewed from Moscow, this has issued in a relationship more neglectful of Russian national interests.(10) Assume the past resembles the simple patterns and clear verities of myth and the stories we write and call history will be woefully incomplete, hopelessly simplistic, and shamefully neglectful of others who were there.(11) It is expected that the bishop examine the priest-offender closely to determine whether he has been flagrantly neglectful of his life of prayer and living an unseemly life in areas other than that of the molestation charge.(12) I've been rather neglectful of this blog over the last couple of weeks.(13) Yet we can't complain about biomedicine being mechanistic and neglectful of the psychological and social realms, and then go and accuse it of colonising them when it finally expresses an interest.(14) The proposal has drawn fire from opposition parties and private foundations, who condemned it as neglectful of the welfare of the people.(15) His survey of current attempts at restitution pays little attention to the role of religion therein, an omission that some other scholars would consider neglectful of important facts.(16) I've been rather neglectful of my day-to-day girlfriends, though.