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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)
Unique immune-focused AI model creates largest library of inter-cellular communications
New data published in Nature Biotech, represents the largest ever analysis of immune cell signaling research, mapping more than 3,000 previously unlisted cellular interactions, and yielding the first ever immune-centric modular classification of diseases. (2018-06-18)
Digital devices during family time could exacerbate bad behavior
Parents who spend a lot of time on their phones or watching television during family activities such as meals, playtime, and bedtime could influence their long-term relationships with their children. (2018-06-13)
In male dolphin alliances, 'everybody knows your name'
It's not uncommon in dolphin society for males to form long-lasting alliances with other males, sometimes for decades. (2018-06-07)
Individual 'names' reveal complex relationships in male bottlenose dolphins
Male bottlenose dolphins retain their individual 'names' well into adulthood. (2018-06-07)
Study shows PR best practices are only second best
Charles Marsh has studied economic experiments, evolutionary biology and philosophy to examine how indirect reciprocity, or cooperation without expectation of payment, is actually a better approach to public relations than the dominant competition-based approach. (2018-06-07)
Are you really into me?
Those who feel greater certainty that a prospective romantic partner reciprocates their interest will put more effort into seeing that person again, while rating the possible date as more sexually attractive than they would if they were less certain about the prospective date's romantic intentions. (2018-06-07)
Could we work together with our bacteria to stop infection?
The benefits of antibiotics to both human and animal health are undisputed. (2018-05-29)
Hormesis and paradoxical effects in plants upon exposure to formaldehyde are common phenomena
For the first time, hormesis and paradoxical effects have been shown to occur commonly in plants upon exposure to formaldehyde, which is a widespread pollutant. (2018-05-29)
Woulda, coulda, shoulda: The haunting regret of failing our ideal selves
Our most enduring regrets are the ones that stem from our failure to live up to our ideal selves, according to new Cornell University research. (2018-05-29)
Posttraumatic stress affects academics
Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) caused by traumatic military experiences is associated with feelings of anxiety, anger, sadness and/or guilt. (2018-05-22)
Using Tinder doesn't result in more casual sex
Tinder users don't have more sexual partners than other similarly minded people. (2018-05-18)
NBA stars on losing teams follow fewer teammates on social media
NBA stars on winning teams are more likely to follow teammates on Twitter than high status players on bad teams are, according to a new study by the University of Cincinnati. (2018-05-18)
Cultivating corrupt ties in post-Mao China
This paper examines the unintended consequences of governance and economic reform efforts in post-Mao China through ethnographic examination of state audits, market reforms, and the recent anti-corruption campaign. (2018-05-15)
Long-term and short-term relationships initially indistinguishable
Research shows that long- and short-term relationships look almost identical in the beginning. (2018-05-14)
New film highlights human pressures of diamond industry in Sierra Leone
A new feature film from the University of Bath, 'Voices from the Mine,' highlights what happens when a diamond journeys from mine to market and who really benefits. (2018-05-10)
Idle talk or fierce competition? Research finds women use gossip as a weapon in rivalries
A researcher finds women use gossip as a technique to enhance their standing in romantic rivalries. (2018-05-09)
Women's preference for masculine faces not linked with hormones
Data from almost 600 participants show that women's perceptions of male attractiveness do not vary according to their hormone levels, in contrast with some previous research. (2018-05-07)
Women see through flashy cars and bling
When a man throws money around on flashy cars, people intuitively interpret this behavior as a sign that he is more interested in short-term sexual relationships than in romantic commitment. (2018-05-07)
Sex after 65: Poll finds links to health, gender differences, lack of communication
A new poll busts stereotypes about the sex lives of older Americans -- and reveals gender and health-related divides on key aspects of sexual health, while highlighting the need for more people to talk with their health providers about sexual issues. (2018-05-03)
Plant relationships breakdown when they meet new 'fungi'
Gijsbert Werner, Postdoctoral Fellow and Stuart West, Professor of Evolutionary Biology, both in the Oxford University Department of Zoology, explain the process of plant cooperation, in relation to their new study published in PNAS, which has shed light on why cooperative relationships breakdown. (2018-05-03)
To improve future relationship with your kids, turn up the music
Children who grow up listening to music with their parents report having better quality relationships with their moms and dads when they reach young adulthood, researchers found. (2018-05-01)
Parents may help prep kids for healthier, less violent relationships
Warm, nurturing parents may pass along strategies for building and maintaining positive relationships to their kids, setting them up for healthier, less-violent romantic relationships as young adults, according to researchers. (2018-04-27)
Mw 5.4 Pohang earthquake tied to geothermal activity?
The Mw 5.4 Pohang earthquake that occurred near a geothermal site in South Korea last year was likely triggered by fluid injection at the geothermal plant, two separate reports conclude. (2018-04-26)
Students' social relationships in the last year of secondary education
Establishing friendships in the university context helps students to gain independence and to manage their lives in their new environment with more self-confidence. (2018-04-25)
Machine learning techniques may reveal cause-effect relationships in protein dynamics data
Machine learning algorithms excel at finding complex patterns within big data, so researchers often use them to make predictions. (2018-04-17)
Job hunters drop ties with supportive colleagues
People considering quitting their jobs stop supporting current colleagues because they no longer feel they need to do favours for them, research shows. (2018-04-16)
Family support networks in Peruvian barrios help to prevent child labor
A survey carried out among parents in high-risk contexts shows that schools in barrios on the outskirts of Lima are a central part of life of the community, as they allow families from the district to start and develop relationships with each other; and they serve as points of access for valuable resources from outside the barrio. (2018-04-13)
Cohesive neighborhoods, less spanking result in fewer child welfare visits
The child welfare system is more likely to intervene in households in 'less neighborly' neighborhoods and in which parents spank their kids, a new study shows. (2018-04-10)
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