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Becoming promiscuous to ensure reproduction
Females of a socially monogamous passerine, the Japanese great tit (Parus minor), become more promiscuous after hatchings fail in the first breeding attempt -- apparently attempting to ensure successful reproduction. (2018-10-09)
Research affirms the power of 'we'
New research at UC Riverside has greatly magnified the body of evidence asserting that the pronouns we use foretell good relationship outcomes. (2018-10-04)
Hugs may help protect against conflict-related distress
Receiving hugs may buffer against deleterious changes in mood associated with interpersonal conflict, according to a study published Oct. (2018-10-03)
Couples showing off: Songbirds are more passionate in front of an audience
Both sexes of a songbird called the blue-capped cordon-bleu intensify courtship performances that involve singing and dancing in the presence of an audience, especially if it is a member of the opposite sex, an international team of researchers has discovered. (2018-10-03)
University of Oxford: Bold male birds fall faster and harder for their partners
Research from Oxford University has revealed that bold male birds focus on forming strong relationships with their future breeding partners while shy male birds play the field. (2018-10-01)
Global study finds taller plant species taking over as mountains and the Arctic warm
A study by more than 100 global researchers, including Simon Fraser University biologist David Hik, is linking the effects of climate change to new and taller plant species in the Arctic and alpine tundra. (2018-09-28)
Examining gratitude in buyer-seller relationships
Research demonstrates that customer gratitude is linked to increases in share of wallet, sales revenue, sales growth and customer commitment. (2018-09-24)
Study: Difficult people have most to gain from practicing compassion
The most disagreeable individuals, who are also the least likely to be kind, can benefit most from behaving more compassionately, a York University study has found. (2018-09-19)
Workshy bosses breed contempt and abuse in the workforce, research shows
Workshy bosses can promote a contemptuous attitude amongst their staff -- leading to anger, frustration and abuse in the work place, new research has shown. (2018-09-19)
We are predisposed to forgive, new research suggests
When assessing the moral character of others, people cling to good impressions but readily adjust their opinions about those who have behaved badly, according to new research. (2018-09-17)
Turmoil behind primate power struggles often overlooked by researchers
Anyone who peruses relationship settings on social media knows that our interactions with other humans can be intricate, but a new study in Nature: Scientific Reports suggests that researchers may be overlooking some of these same complexities in the social relations of our closest primate relatives, such as chimpanzees and macaques. (2018-09-17)
Adolescents whose religious mothers die are likely to be less religious as young adults
Bereaved children whose late mothers were very religious are likely to be less religious after their mother dies than youths who did not suffer a maternal loss. (2018-09-11)
We need to talk about sexuality after stroke
Stroke survivors and their partners are not adequately supported to deal with changes to their relationships, self-identity, gender roles and intimacy following stroke, according to new research from the University of Sydney. (2018-09-06)
Perceiving support -- not receiving it -- helps people cope with worry and waiting
In her most recent study, 'worry and waiting' researcher Kate Sweeny finds a connection between the perception that your romantic partner cares, and a reduction in stress during challenging waiting periods. (2018-09-05)
Turtle shells served as symbolic musical instruments for indigenous cultures
Researchers delved into how turtle shells served as symbolic musical instruments for indigenous cultures in the southeastern US. (2018-09-05)
Revealed: Genetic secrets of high-ranked warriors at a medieval German burial site
Researchers studying human remains of high-ranked warriors recovered from an Early Medieval Germanic cemetery have finally gleaned insight into these individuals' sex and kinship relationships. (2018-09-05)
Friending God increases purpose in life in the socially disconnected
Religious people who lack friends and purpose in life turn to God to fill those voids, according to new University of Michigan research. (2018-08-30)
Teen dating violence is down, but boys still report more violence than girls
When it comes to teen dating violence, boys are more likely to report being the victim of violence -- being hit, slapped, or pushed--than girls. (2018-08-29)
Study helps children hit the right note in supporting autistic peers
Collaborative music lessons in schools improve the attitudes of pupils towards their peers with autism, a new study in the journal Autism reports. (2018-08-28)
Close ties with fathers help daughters overcome loneliness
Fathers play a key role in helping their young daughters overcome loneliness, a new study has found. (2018-08-28)
Training for parents referred to CPS improves toddler's physiological regulation
A parental training program for families referred to Child Protective Services improved toddlers' unconscious reactions to mildly stressful situations, as well as improving parents' behavior, according to a new study by researchers at UC Davis and the University of Washington. (2018-08-28)
Being the market leader is not everything
Building customer relationships and strengthening the brand are key to a company's financial success -- more so than being the market leader, a recent study shows. (2018-08-24)
Friends who are former smokers is key to helping people with serious mental illness quit
An estimated 53 percent of adults with serious mental illness (SMI) smoke, whereas, only 18 percent of adults in the general population smoke. (2018-08-23)
On-again, off-again relationships might be toxic for mental health
A researcher from the University of Missouri says that the pattern of breaking up and getting back together can impact an individual's mental health and not for the better. (2018-08-23)
People pick gifts that will 'wow' rather than satisfy recipients
Gift givers tend to focus on the 'big reveal,' leading them to choose whichever gift is more likely to surprise and delight the recipient in the moment -- even when other options are more likely to bring recipients the greatest satisfaction, according to findings published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science. (2018-08-22)
Our perceived birth status can affect our adult relationships
Birth status and knowledge about it play a role not only in parents' but also children's lives -- affecting their attachment and mental representation into adulthood. (2018-08-15)
Top 43 reasons why men remain single -- according to Reddit
In the past, forced or arranged marriages meant that socially inept, unattractive men did not have to acquire social skills in order to find a long-term love interest. (2018-08-08)
A scientific study characterises our circles of friendships
The organisation of our friendships is guided to a large degree by our cognitive capacity when it comes to managing them, that is, by the amount of time and mental effort we can devote to them. (2018-07-23)
Are you prone to feeling guilty? Then you're probably more trustworthy, study shows
New research from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business finds that when it comes to predicting who is most likely to act in a trustworthy manner, one of the most important factors is the anticipation of guilt. (2018-07-19)
Voters do not always walk the talk when it comes to infidelity
Democrats, who generally have a more liberal take on sexual matters, were least likely to use an adultery dating service, while members of the conservative Libertarian party had the greatest tendency to do so. (2018-07-12)
Intimate partner violence doesn't end with the relationship
Violence that occurs between intimate partners does not end with the relationship's conclusion, yet few resources exist to help survivors move beyond the betrayal of abusive relationships in order to begin new, healthy relationships. (2018-07-11)
Male couples report as much domestic violence as straight couples
Nearly half of all men in a new study about intimate partner violence in male couples report being victims of abuse. (2018-07-10)
Consumption of fast food linked with asthma and other allergic diseases
A new Respirology review and analysis of published studies reveals a link between fast food consumption and an increased likelihood of having asthma, wheeze, and several other allergic diseases such as pollen fever, eczema, and rhino-conjunctivitis. (2018-07-05)
When mentors do this one thing, it can help reduce teen delinquency
When educators and coaches make kids feel like they matter, it reduces delinquency and destructive behavior, according to a study led by a University of Kansas professor. (2018-07-02)
Open relationships just as satisfying as monogamous ones, U of G study reveals
Couples in non-monogamous relationships have the same level of relationship satisfaction, psychological well-being and sexual satisfaction as those in monogamous relationships, a new University of Guelph study has found. (2018-06-28)
The evolution of testes
Molecular vestiges resolve the controversial evolution of the testicular position in mammals. (2018-06-28)
Bad behavior to significant other in tough times has more impact than positive gestures
Refraining from bad behavior toward a significant other during stressful life events is more important than showing positive behavior, according to a Baylor University study. (2018-06-26)
Relational mobility may influence your interpersonal behaviors
A large-scale analysis has suggested it's easier for people to form and replace relationships in North America, Europe and Latin America, compared to Asia and the Middle East, what causes these differences, and how they may influence people's thoughts and behavior. (2018-06-26)
How do horses read human emotional cues?
Scientists demonstrated for the first time that horses integrate human facial expressions and voice tones to perceive human emotion, regardless of whether the person is familiar or not. (2018-06-21)
Childhood sibling dynamics may predict differences in college education
The effects of sibling relationships may go beyond childhood bickering and bonding, according to Penn State researchers who found that these relationships may predict similarities and differences in siblings' education later in life. (2018-06-18)
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